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A negative number divided by a negative number always yields a positive number. For instance, 4 / 2 = 2. In other words, there are two 2s in 4. More »
Positive incentives seek to motivate others by promising a reward, whereas negative incentives aim to motivate others by threatening a punishment. Opinion is divided as to what works best, but both have applications in a... More »
To add fractions, you must first make the denominators the same. The denominators are the bottom numbers of the fractions. When you add a negative fraction and a positive fraction, you are essentially subtracting one fra... More »
The fact that a negative times a negative equals a positive can be proven mathematically using algebraic manipulation. Specifically, it can be proven using the equation x = (a)(b) + (a)(b) + (a)(b), where a and b are ... More »
According to Math Open Reference, pi is a mathematical constant obtained by dividing the circumference of any circle by its diameter. Pi is about 22/7 or 3.142. However, no one knows its exact value. More »
A negative minus a negative is equal to another negative number, a positive number or zero, depending upon the numbers in the equation. Subtracting a negative number from another negative number is the same thing as addi... More »
Adding two positive integers results in a positive number, and adding two negative integers yields a negative number. Multiplying two negative or two positive integers makes a positive number, but multiplying a negative ... More »

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