It depends on what you do with the negative and positive.
If you multiply or divide a positive number and a negative number, then the answer is negative.
If you add or subtract a positive number and a negative number, the answer could be negative or positive depending on the numbers involved.
If you put a negative sign in front of a positive number, the result is a negative number. If you put a positive sign in front of a negative number (like +(-7)), the result is still negative.
positive is to add and negative is to subtract in math
A negative times a negative equals a positive A negative times a positive equals a negative A positive times a positive equals a positive
In Math, a negative can be represented with -. A positive can be represented with +, or just without a -.
It is a rule in math!
negative. why is this question in math when it should be in chemistry?
Negative times negative equals positive.
In math, a positive is a number greater then zero, and a negative number is less than zero.
Yes. A negative subtracted by a negative is a positive. Just remember that two like signs become a positive sign, and two unlike signs become a negative sign.
Yes, when a positive is divided by a negative, it is negative. ex: 4/-2 would equal -2. It takes two negatives to make a positive in math when you are multiplying or dividing.
When we lose something negative you become positive.
When you lose something positive you become negative.
you put this in math you idiot