No. The sum of a positive integer and a negative integer has the same sign as the larger integer.
It's not always. 7 + (-3) = 4
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.
When the absolute value of the positive integer is smaller than the absolute value of the negative one.
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.
subtract the negative from the positive
The sum of three negative integers is always negative.
When the absolute value of the positive integer is the same as the absolute value of the negative one.
If the absolute value of the positive integer is greater than the absolute value of the negative integer, then the sum of the two will be positive.If the absolute value of the positive integer is less than the absolute value of the negative integer, then the sum will be negative.If the absolute values of the two integers are the same then the sum will be zero, which has neither a negative nor a positive sign.
When the positive integer is greater than the negative integer.
The sum of zero and a negative integer can never be zero - it will always be negative and nonzero. Although zero is also an integer, it is neither negative nor positive and cannot be the other integer used.
The sum of two negative mixed numbers can be a negative mixed number or a negative integer, (sometimes) depending on the numbers being added.
When the absolute value of the negative number is higher than the positive number.
No, the sum of two negative integers is not a positive integer. For example, if you add -5 and -6 together the sum would be -11.
Not necessarily. That only applies if the positive integer is greater than the negative integer in absolute value.An integer.
sqrt 9 = +3 or 3 3 - 7 = -4 -3-7 = -10 the sum is an integer
The statement is: "Their sum is always an integer." Whether the sum is negative or positive depends on the two original integers.
It isn't always negative. ... for example: -5 + 12 = 7 (a positive number) -5 + 2 = -3 (a negative number) -5 + 5 = 0 (neither negative nor positive) If the negative number has greater magnitude than the positive number, the sum will be negative If the positive number has greater magnitude than the negative number, the sum will be positive If the negative and positive numbers have the same magnitude, the sum will be zero.
The sum of any one number is itself.
An integer that is equal in magnitude to the sum of their absolute values. Its sign is the same as which of the two numbers you are taking the difference from. For example, for the integers 5 and -7. Their absolute values are 5 and 7 so that the sum of the absolute values is 5+7 = 12. Then 5 - (-7) = +12 and -7 - 5 = -12.