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2014-10-24T13:28:14+08:00

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-12+12 is equal to ZERO

This rule is included in the "integers rule of zero" in which it states that a number with the same "absolute value" but has different signs,automatically the answer is equal to zero...

If you don't know what is an absolute value,I'll give you an example so you will not confused about it:)))

Absolute Value;

/-12/=12
/12/=12

Note; An absolute Value is always equal to a positive integer...
Hope it Helps:)))

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2014-10-24T18:10:54+08:00
(-12)+12 The answer is zero Because the sign is unlike and when the sign is unlike it use subtract
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