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# Use the principles above, compute the following:

–5 – 10

Answer :

Using the principle, For any two positive numbers x,y, we write,

-x-y = -(x + y)

⇒ -(5 + 10) = -(15)

Note: If both numbers are negative then result also will be negative.

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