No. The answer depends on the context in terms of which the numbers are considered to be opposite.
No. Since an integer can be a negative number, it's possible for the sum of two integers to be negative.
The sum of the squares of two consecutive positive even integers is 340. Find the integers.
Another, higher positive integer.
They are always negative due to a negative plus a negative equaling a negative. It's similar to a positive plus a positive equaling a positive.
The sum of two positive numbers is always a positive number.
Addition of two consecutive positive integers will always make an odd number. Therefore, this is an impossible sum.
The sum of two positive integers is always positive.
It will always be positive.
yes the answer is always a positive
diffrence will always be positive except when it is zero but is you speak of substraction operation it can be positive negative or zero
- Always, if the two integers are both positive. - Sometimes, if the two integers have different signs. - Never, if the two integers are both negative.
The sum is always positive (and it never yields a prime number?)
No, always negative
Two positive integers cannot have a sum which is negative!
The statement is: "Their sum is always an integer." Whether the sum is negative or positive depends on the two original integers.
Yes, the sum of two negative integers is always negative.
The sum of two negative integers is never positive.