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Q: What is zero minus a negative number?

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this is a negative number -- a number below zero.

The result of subtracting a negative number minus a negative number can be positive, or negative, depending on which of the numbers is larger. It can even be zero.

because both are minus and minus and minus is below zero, it would be 2 further below zero, -7-2=9

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The result can be positive, negative, or zero.

a negative number

a negative number. think banking..... no money plus no money is ? Nothing (negative) "no money" would be zero, wouldn't it? Zero, or "nothing", is not negative. Still, a negative number plus a negative number is a negative number. minus X plus minus Y equals minus(X + Y).

this is a negative number -- a number below zero.

Minus is subtract or take away from negative is any number less than zero

The term "minus zero" is mathematically pointless, since zero is neither positive nor negative, being the exact point at which positive numbers meet negative numbers on the number line. Zero is just zero.

The result of subtracting a negative number minus a negative number can be positive, or negative, depending on which of the numbers is larger. It can even be zero.

because both are minus and minus and minus is below zero, it would be 2 further below zero, -7-2=9

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