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I need to find the difference of this interger question by adding the opposite. Not sure what that means

(+10)-(+6)

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asked by S.D.
  1. Instead of "subtracting" we add the "opposite"

    so

    (+10)-(+6)
    =(+10)+(-6)
    = +4

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