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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.

Thanks but I still don't understand...what if when add two negative, nonzero integers? still "maybe be positive or negative"?

Two negative integers will also add up to a negative sum.

Study the website I posted.

I am going to practice more from the link, thank you Ms.Sue :)

You're welcome, Lauren.

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