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-2.2 - 3.1 a -5.3 b -0.09 c 5.3 d 0.9

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    You're taking away from a negative! Whoa, careful, it'd get even more negative!

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    When you subtract from a negative, it stays negative(as long as you are subtracting a positive).

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    You cant sub that, you have to change around the problem

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    If you're familiar with factoring, you'd get how \(-2.2 - 3. 1 = -(2.2 + 3.1)\)

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    I worked that out and thats not one of the answers

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