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Posted by **MITCH** on Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 11:34am.

A. 0 B. 1 C. 8 D.9

I CHOOSE 9 THATS WHAT I GOT IN LONG DIVISION.

THE TEMPERATURE ON mARS REACHES 27DEGREE CELSIUIS DURING THE DAY AND

-125 DEGREE CELSIUS AT NIGHT. WHAT IS THE AVERGE TEMPERATURE?

NOT SURE HOW TO DO THIS?

27 - 125 = 98?

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS IS ALWAYS TRUE?

1. A NEGATIVE INTEGER PLUS A NEGATIVE INTEGER EQUALS A NEGATIVE INTEGER.

2. A NEGATIVE INTEGER MINUS A NEGATIVE INTEGER EQUALS A NEGATIVE INTEGER.

A. 2 ONLY B. BOTH 1 AND 2

C. 1 ONLY D. NEITHER 1 OR 2

I SAY D. BECAUSE ISNT A NEGATIVE PLUS OR MINUS A NEGATIVE A POSTIVE?

- MATH -
**bobpursley**, Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 11:39amthe average of 27 adn -125 has to be negative.

You are wrong on the last. Consider -3- (-9)=

- MATH -
**MITCH**, Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 12:04pmWAS THE TENTH DIGIT 9 CORRECT IN FIRST QUESTION?

FOR 2ND QUESTION AVERAGE TEMPERATURE I GOT

27 + -125 = -76

FOR LAST ONE: -3 - (-9) = +6

SO THE ANSWER WOULD BE : C 1 ONLY IS TRUE -- IS THAT CORRECT NOW?

FO

- MATH BOB PURSLEY -
**Mitch**, Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 12:50pmCan you check if I have right now?

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