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### Why is adding two negative integers always negative?

Say you're adding -2+(-2). Adding negative two is equavilant to subtracting positive two. Both -2+(-2) would be -4. I hope that made sense.

### What you literal coefficient?

What is a literal coefficient? Expressions are made up of terms joined by adding and subtracting. Terms are made up of numbers and variables multiplied together. In the term 3xy5, 3 is the (numerical) coefficient, and xy5 is the literal coefficient.

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### What are 4 consecutive integers whose sum is 60?

There are no 4 consecutive integers whose sum is 60. 1+2+3+4=10 2+3+4+5=14 3+4+5+6=18 etc Each step you are adding a number and subtracting a number 4 less than it (eg +5-1, +6-2). So you are adding 4 each time. But 60 does not appear here but 58 and 62 do (sums starting with 13 and 14). Also 60/4=15. so the average of 4 consecutive numbers has to be 15. This average is nowhere odd and so can not be made this way.

### What does decreased mean for maths?

Made smaller - by subtracting a positive quantity.

### Who made the rules in the medieval times?

Nobody made them. They are a property of some integers.

### When the first computer was discovered?

Computers are first discovered by early humans. They use stones and sticks in adding or subtracting. Until 300+ BC, Chinese invented the abacus, the first calculator ever made.

### What math set is made with whole numbers?

Integers is one such set.

### How was football changed from the beginning until now?

Football has changed by adding more rules to the game. The league is trying to cut down on the amount of injuries during the game so they put rules in affect to protect the players. For example, there used to not be a "roughing the passer" or "running into the kicker" penalty but too many injuries happened so they made rules against it.

### Who in 1789 made the rules?

Congress made the rules and George Washington signed them into law if he thought it was right.