Yes, a negative number subtracted from a positive number will always be positive. Subtracting a negative number is the same as adding the opposite of the negative number. The opposite of a negative number is always positive. A positive number plus a positive number is always positive.
A negative number subtracted by a positive number will always end up negative.
a negative subtracted by a positive will always equal a negative.
The sign of the answer will always be a positive number because subtracting a negative is the same as adding a positive (
You get a positive subtracted number. A negative minus a positive number will always give a negative answer. And the answer will be more negative than either of the two numbers.
That statement is false. For example, (-2) - (-3) = 1 which is a positive number created from two negative numbers when subtracted.
No, a positive minus a negative can be either or positive or a negative.
No, because if the positive was 8, and the negative was -4, the difference would be positive four.
The difference between any numbers is always positive.
If you multiply a positive number by a negative it always equals a negative number.Depends what you mean by "and".If they're added: neverIf they're subtracted: sometimesIf they're multiplied or divided: always
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16. Negative times divided subtracted or added to another negative number always equals a positive answer.
yes, especially with integers too. for example, (-5)-(+3)=-8 even if it was the other around way around so it be a positive subtracted by a negative, the sum would still be a negative. so remember, whenever you have one negative and one positive it will always be a negative!:) sorry, im just in grade 8 so don't judge.. lol
No. A positive times a negative is always negative. A negative times a negative is always a positive.
The difference between a positive integer and a negative integer is ALWAYS positive.Suppose X and Y are positive so that -Y is negative,The the difference two numbers, A and B is A - B so the difference between X and (-Y) is X - (-Y) which equals X + Y. The sum of two positive numbers is always positive.
The answer is always positive. If the signs are the same (positive by positive, negative by negative), then the quotient is always positive. If the signs are different (positive by negative, negative by positive), then the quotient is always negative.
The same as adding the corresponding positive number. For example, 4 - (-3) = 4 + 3 = 7. The result will always be positive.
its always positive (ex: 3- -4 is the same as 3+4 so its always positive) -kristaaamaziingg Let's say: [+5]+[-1]=? +5 +-1 <-----Doesn't matter if it's plus or minus, not the same thing as positive or negative _____ ?=[-4] $$$$$ [Green or Positive] <-----How much I have $$$$ [Red or Negative] <-----How much I owe Cross out how much you have, it's almost like money. -SummerGal1998 P.S. If you have any questions send me a message. I think this question can be easily misunderstood. Is the question asking if a negative number is subtracted from a positive number or is it asking if a positive number is subtracted by ( made less by) a negative number. If the second is true then this previous answer is wrong. It seems to me the question is for example: -3-(4) =-7.
It is always positive, and not just for decimal numbers but for all numbers.
-12A negative times a positive is always a negative.A negative times a negative is always positive.
A positive number times a positive number will always get you a positive number A negative number times a negative number will always get you a positive number (same signs will get you a positive number) but A positive number times a negative number will always get you a negative number or A negative number times a positive number will always get you a negative number (different signs will get you a negative number)