Example of adding signed numbers, Mathematics

Example of Adding signed numbers:

Example:

(2) + (-4) =     

Solution:

Start with 2 and count 4 whole numbers to the left.

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Thus: (2) + (-4) = -2

Adding numbers with unlike signs might be accomplished through combining all positive numbers, then all negative numbers, and then subtracting.

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