You subtract if the sines are diffrent and if the Same you add and then add the sine
you add the numbers if they are the same but if they are not then you subtract
The bigger number always wins
When u add a integer it would be a zero because when u add a negative and a positive with the same numbers it would automatically be zero.
I know that if the the integer is negitive you have to change the problem into a subtraction problem.
if you add to numbers that are the same you get = to each other but if you have obiset numbers + or - you take the same number and you put them and the one that has the most numbers you will get that number but you have to put +the numbers
if the signs are the same you add the absolute value. the larger number gets the sign.
if the sings are different you subtract the absolute value. the larger number gets the sign.
the sum of any integer and its opposite is equal to zero.adding two positive integer always yields a positive sum.adding two negative integers always yeilds a negative sum.to find the sum of a positive and a negative integers take the absolute value of each integer and then subtract these values. :)
- when the sins are difrentt
When the signs when the signs are the same you add and the bigger number wins the sign. If the signs are different you subtract and the bigger number wins the sign