7th grade math
posted by Lauren .
Which of these statements is true when you add a positive, nonzero integer and a negative, nonzero integer?
A)The answer may be positive or negative.
B)The answer is always negative.
C)The answer is always zero.
D)The answer is always positive.

7th grade math 
Ms. Sue
Kabe is right.
http://www.mathsisfun.com/positivenegativeintegers.html 
7th grade math 
Lauren
Thanks but I still don't understand...what if when add two negative, nonzero integers? still "maybe be positive or negative"?

7th grade math 
Ms. Sue
Two negative integers will also add up to a negative sum.
Study the website I posted. 
7th grade math 
Lauren
I am going to practice more from the link, thank you Ms.Sue :)

7th grade math 
Ms. Sue
You're welcome, Lauren.
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