Q: Is 0 a positive or a negitive?

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A negative times a negative is definatley a positive. thank you

positive is red negitive is black

A negative plus a negative is a negative because a negative plus a negative is the same thing as a negative minus a positive number.

0 is neither positive or negitive. You cannot divide by 0. Its not infinity, like some believe, its simply not possible. 0 was created/discovered/invented many years after the rest of the number system. It is the 'additive identity' (university mathematics!)

0 is a neutral number. zero is nor positive or negative because NEGITIVE being a number smaller than zero POSITIVE being a number bigger than zero so since zero isn't being smaller or bigger zero isn't positive or negative

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8 because -18 is a negitive integer less than zero and all positive integers are larger ------18---------------------------------0----------------------------8----------------------- left of 0 negitive neither right of 0 positive

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Negitive is a number that is below 0.

I believe a negative times a negative is a positive.

the answer is both positive and negitive charges and that is because to make lighting it has to be positive and negitive charges because if there is both 2 negitive charges will both repel and the same thing will happen to positive charges but when positive and negitive charges and positive charges will attract

A negative times a negative is definatley a positive. thank you

negitive

positive

A negative.

Positive time negative = Negative.

It becomes positive, same thing as negative x negative.