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The easy way to subject a higher number from a lower number is to reverse the operation and then add a negative sign.

a - b =

-b + a =

-(b-a)

Basically take the second number and subject the first number from it. Then add a negative sign in front of the number.

So for this problem:

6 - 55 = -55 + 6 = -(55-6) = -49

We took 55 (the first number) and subtracted 6 from it and got 49. Than we added a negative sign in front of the answer that we got and got -49.

Q: What minus 6 -55?

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Without knowing what "x" is, we cannot say what the answer will be. And without knowing the answer, we cannot solve for "x". Set x at zero, for example. Zero squared is zero, plus 6 time zero which is zero, minus 55. Your answer is then -55. Set x at one, for example. One squared is one, plus 6 times 1 which is six, minus 55. Your answer is then -48. Etc.

(-45) - (-55) *Minus plus is equals to minus.( -,+ = - ) minus minus is equal to plus (-,- = + ) and plus plus is equal to plus (+,+ = +) so the ans is that, (-45) +55 -45 + 55 (+10)ans Greater value sign has been used, which is 55 so the ans is +10.

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