What is the negative of negative integer?
The negative of a negative is always the original number.
a negative integer
Yes. The product of a negative integer and a positive integer is a negative integer.
A negative integer multiplied by a negative integer is always a positive integer product. -x * -y = xy
Yes, and also a negative integer divided by a negative integer is equal to a positive number (but not necessarily an integer).
As long as the negative integer is greater than the positive integer, a negative integer will result from addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Any positive integer plus any negative integer will always equal an integer. The results will be either a positive integer, a negative integer or zero. it depends which is bigger. if the positive integer is bigger the answer will be positive. and if the negative integer is bigger the answer will be negative.
What is the product of a negative integer and a negative integer and a negative integer and a negative integer?
It is positive as for example: -2*-2*-2*-2 = 16
you get a negative integer
No. The sum of a positive integer and a negative integer has the same sign as the larger integer.
All negative integers, when multiplied by a positive integer, or vice versa, will result in a negative integer. I. E. 5*-5=-25
When they are added together and the absolute value of the positive integer is bigger than the absolute value of the negative integer or when the negative integer is subtracted from the positive integer.
No, not every negative number is an integer. For example, -11/2 is not an integer. However, -1, -2, -3, and so on, are negative integers. Perhaps that is what you meant to ask. The negative of every positive integer is a negative integer.
A decimal can be a positive integer or a negative integer or neither of the above. For example: 26.0 is a positive integer. -52.0 is a negative integer. 26.2 is not an integer at all. 0.0 is an integer, but is neither positive nor negative.
The smallest positive integer is 1. 1 is the multiplicative identity; ie anything times 1 is itself. The greatest negative integer is the most positive negative integer which is -1. Therefore the product of the greatest negative integer and the smallest positive integer is the greatest negative integer which is -1.
a negative integer or a fraction (as in 1/integer) or a negative fraction (as in -1/integer).
When the positive integer is greater than the negative integer.
A negative integer is any whole number which is negative. For example -3 is a negative integer because it's a whole number and it's negative. However -3.24 would not be a negative integer because it's not whole. 3 would not be a negative integer either because it's positive rather than negative.
No. It would NEVER be negative.
A negative number can be an integer. An integer is any positive or negative whole number including zero.
no sometimes there positive i
A negative integer. Every time.
4. The opposite of an integer is a positive if the integer is negative and negative it the integer is positive.
It depends, if a number with positive integers is greater than the number with the negative integer therefore the sum will be in positive integer. And if the number with positive integer is less than the number with the number with negative integer then the sum will be in negative integer.
The answer is -1. A negative integer is an integer to the left of zero on the number line. It is less than zero. So the greatest negative integer is -1.
negative*negative=positive ex. negative 2*negative 2= positive 4
Subtracting a negative is like adding a positive.
No, not every negative number is an integer. For example, -2.34 is not an integer.
It is negative
Yes, negative 1 is an integer.
always a negative
(*Is negative 10 an integer?) Yes, because an integer is a positive or negative whole number.
Let's use N to represent any number. N x N = N N x -N = -N -N x -N = N So the rules are: A positive integer times a positive integer will be a positive integer A positive integer times a negative integer will be a negative integer A negative integer times a negative integer will be a positive integer.
Yes. -8.17 is an example of a negative integer
adding a negative
adding a negative
go to dictionary.com and type in negative integer
subtract the negative from the positive
You will get a negative integer.
-1.5 would be a negative non-integer.
The sum of a positive integer and a negative integer is positive when the positive integer is greater. For example: 9 + (-5) = 4 In this case, the positive integer 9 is greater than the negative integer 5. Therefore, the sum is positive.
no , because the negative integer is not a whole number. A whole number is greater than a negative ! (:
Not necessarily. That only applies if the positive integer is greater than the negative integer in absolute value. An integer.
Yes, an integer can be positive, negative, or zero. An integer is simply a number without decimals.
Zero counts as neither positive nor negative. It is a neutral integer
Negative, as for example: 5 times -4 = -20
Negative. Sorry. No you do not. Adding a negative to a negative gives you a number that is even more negative. Picture a number line. A negative number is to the left of zero, and adding a negative number moves further left. ■
Yes, -1 is the integer with the highest value on the negative side.
It is a negative integer, a negative rational integer, a negative real number.
If you divide a positive number (it doesn't really matter if it is an integer or a fraction) by a negative number, the result is negative.