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  1. anonymous
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    Subtract. –10 – (–6) A. 16 B. –4 C. 4 D. –16

  2. anonymous
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    i think D

  3. anonymous
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    it is d

  4. anonymous
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    thank you

  5. anonymous
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    medal

  6. anonymous
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    faned

  7. Jaynator495
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    -10 minus -6 is not -16... ._. see when you subtract a negative against a negative, it becomes a addition problem, meaning its -10 + 6, rather then -10-(-6)

  8. Jaynator495
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    since you are adding a positive number technically to a number below zero, -10 goes down 6, meaning its 10-6, then you just have to remember to put the negative sign in front

  9. anonymous
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    they wrong

  10. Jaynator495
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    with that said, whats the correct answer @THEHELPER123 :)

  11. anonymous
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    its b

  12. Jaynator495
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    thats correct but he was supposed to say it >_>

  13. anonymous
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    >.<

  14. anonymous
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    sorry

  15. anonymous
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    but dont we have to have if we turning it to a adding problem

  16. anonymous
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    wait aye @Jaynator495 dont 2 negatives make a possitive

  17. anonymous
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    yea

  18. Jaynator495
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    only when multiplying actually.

  19. anonymous
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    oh so yea i stay wit b

  20. Jaynator495
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    when multiplying 2 negatives it becomes a positive... xD

  21. anonymous
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    then wat is add and subtraction

  22. Jaynator495
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    i just explained adding and subtracting... and gave you a trick to do it ._.

  23. Jaynator495
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    10-6, then add the negative sign, you get -4. thats when you have 2 negatives XD

  24. Jaynator495
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    and subtracting*

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