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Darlene11
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1 :)

aylin123
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thanks both of u (:

skullpatrol
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Did you learn anything from someone just telling you the answer?

cookie_scott
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its 3

omgitsmona
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lol @skullpatrol

hba
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No @cookie_scott

aylin123
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no ? lol

hba
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@aylin123
See this,
(+)()=
()()=+
(+)(+)=+
()(+)=

Yamileth
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that is her problem

nestorking
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+=  SO 21= 1

kugler97
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its deffinetly 1

hba
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@omgitsmona @Darlene11 @nestorking
Giving direct answers is not allowed on OS.
Please check the,
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http://openstudy.com/codeofconduct

aylin123
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@hba thanks <3

skullpatrol
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Adding the opposite of a number is the same as subtracting the number.
so 2 + (1) = 2  1 = 1

kugler97
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so a negative plus a positive in parethesis would give you either a negative or positive just type it into a calculator

omgitsmona
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exactly! 2 + (1) = 21 = 1 @skullpatrol

skullpatrol
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@aylin123 Do you understand that adding the opposite of a number is the same as subtracting the number.
so 2 + (1) = 2  1 = 1

aylin123
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yes !