Q: Negative 100 times what equals positive 100?

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Both extend from negative infinity to positive infinity.

"Minus a negative" is the same thing as "plus."

10 times 10 equals 100different answer25X4=10020X5=10050X2=100

20 times 5 equals 100

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-100(negative 100)+100(positive 100)=0. If you have 100 of something(the +100) and then take away 100 (the -100), you're left with nothing (the 0). So it's 0.

50 - -50 = 100

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10 x -10 x -10 first 10 x -10 = -100 (a negative times a positive is a negative) then -100 x -10 = 1000 (a negative times a negative is a positive)

Both extend from negative infinity to positive infinity.

2,500 50 times 50 equals 2,500 50 plus 50 equals 100

The square root of any negative number is i times the square root of the corresponding positive number. In this case, 10i.

Positive 73 is.

The square root of 100 is 10 but positive and a negative is a negative so it is negative 10

0.4 times 100 equals 40

The answer is negative (-1 raised to the power of 100 = -1)

100 times 100 equals 10,000.