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tonipoo610

  • 3 years ago

would this be negative or positive....

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  1. tonipoo610
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    |dw:1355885233027:dw|

  2. omgwut
    • 3 years ago
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    -12544

  3. omgwut
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    So, negative.

  4. tonipoo610
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    but i don't understand because does two negative signs equal a positive

  5. omgwut
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    it's the negative result of \[\Huge-112^{2}\] That's what the negative outside of the () means.

  6. tonipoo610
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    so when there is a exponent and it has parentheses and one sign is in the parenthesis and one sign is out would they all be negative?

  7. omgwut
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    yesh.

  8. tonipoo610
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    and does the exponent have to be even in order to be a negative

  9. omgwut
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    it has to be outside of the right parentheses.

  10. omgwut
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    |dw:1355885799309:dw|

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