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# What is a negative?

A negative can be a negative zero. A negative zero is a number below zero..
PS:If you are asking the "negative" in Science, I am not sure of the answer..

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A negative can be a negative zero. A negative zero is a number below zero..
PS:If you are asking the "negative" in Science, I am not sure of the answer..

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You should always say negatives that are positives. For example,you can say you are a perfectionist that likes things done well.You can say you like control because you like e…verything to turnout right. (MORE)

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Think of it as ragequitting and buying lots of Zen. That's what you call negativity because getting mad over a video game is negative to your social life.

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If your are talking about integers, then negatives are numbers below zero also called minus. Example: -1 -2 -13 -45 and so on.

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yes * * * * * Wrong! The answer is that it depends! It depends on the relative magnitudes of the two numbers. If the magnitude of the first number is bigger, the answ…er is negative, If the magnitude of the two numbers is the same, the answer is zero, If the magnitude of the first number is smaller, the answer is positive. For example, -5 - (-2) = -3 -5 - (-5) = 0 -5 - (-7) = +2 (MORE)

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It depends on the arithmetic operation you are performing: --------------------------------- In Addition Negatives and negatives have a negative sum. The only way to o…btain a positive sum is to have a larger positive value than negative value. (-1) + (-2) = (-3) ---------------------------- In subtraction Subtracting a negative number is the same as adding its negative value (which is positive). (-1) - (-3) = (-1) + 3 = 2 ------------------------------- In Multiplication The product of two negatives is a positive. The product of a negative and a positive is negative. (-1) x (-2) = 2 (-3) x (4) = (-12) ------------------------------ In Division Dividing a negative by a negative yields a positive number. Dividing a negative by a positive, or a positive by a negative, yields a negative number. (-4) / (-2) = 2 (-4) / 2 = (-2) 4 / (-2) = (-2) By re-multiplying from the results, you can see that this holds true. (MORE)

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Yes, if you continue to add negatives together the sum will be a negative. i think about as a good thing happening to a bad thing is a bad thing

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A negative plus a negative equals a negative because the operation you're doing is equivalent to subtraction. If you wrote down a sum "negative 3 plus negative 7" it would lo…ok like this: -3+-7 which is the same as -3-7 Whenever you add a negative number you are actually taking more away, and this is why a negative plus a negative equals a negative - You start with a negative number, and are taking even more away, so you will only ever end up with a negative number. (MORE)

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It could be negative, zero or positive depending upon the relative sizes of the numbers: -5 - -4 = -1 (negative) -5 - -5 = 0 (zero) -5 - -6 = 1 (positive)

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- 3 - (- 2) same as - 3 + 2 = - 1 ==So, usually, yes.