Write the integer, which is 6 more than its additive inverse. Write two integers, whose sum is less than both the integers

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Write the integer, which is 6 more than its additive inverse.
Write two integers, whose sum is less than both the integers

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Piper 2 months 2021-12-03T06:27:14+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-12-03T06:28:17+00:00

    Answer:

    Write the integer, which is 6 more than its additive inverse:

    Let the number be x

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    x = (- x) + 6

    x + x = 6

    2x = 6

    x = 3

    The number is 3.

    Write two integers, whose sum is less than both the integers:

    The integers whose sum is less than both the integers are -5 and -10.

    (-5) + (-10) 

    =-5 -10

    = -15

    Therefore, -15 is less than both the integers -5 and -10.

    Other examples : -5 and -6

    -1 and -2

     -50 and -10 etc.

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    2021-12-03T06:28:57+00:00

    Answer:

    Step-by-step explanation:

    the number which is 6 more than its additive inverse is 3, as the inverse of 3 is -3, and -3 + 6 = 3.

    the numbers whose sum is less than both of them. (there is not enough information to give the exact number) they both are negative numbers.

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