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-19+(-6)=? How do I solve this?

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(-25) sure....^_^
-19-6 =-25 :)
when you add a negative number, you are in effect subtracting it. so -19+(-6) becomes -19-6

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:D Ok....so if I had another problem like -12+(-9), it would be -12-9=-21? :)
You take away the addation and () and then when you solve the equation it = -25 (:
yes jessica, very good.
yes ,, you are correct.. (-) + (-) = -
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