# GED Math : Operations with Negative Numbers

## Example Questions

### Example Question #31 : Operations With Negative Numbers

Evaluate:

Explanation:

Use the order of operations to evaluate this.

When there are double negatives, the value will be converted to a positive.

When there is no sign in between an integer and the parentheses, it will be multiplied.

### Example Question #31 : Operations With Negative Numbers

Solve:

Explanation:

Evaluate the terms in the parentheses first.

Double negatives will be converted to a positive.

### Example Question #31 : Operations With Negative Numbers

Evaluate:

Explanation:

Evaluate using order of operations.  Expand the terms in parentheses and exponents first before distributing the negative signs.

### Example Question #34 : Operations With Negative Numbers

Evaluate:

Explanation:

Expand the term with the power of three.

Expand the terms.

### Example Question #35 : Operations With Negative Numbers

Evaluate:

Explanation:

Double negatives will convert to a positive.

Determine the sum.

### Example Question #36 : Operations With Negative Numbers

Evaluate:

Explanation:

Use order of operations to solve.  Evaluate the terms in parentheses first.

Double negatives will turn into a positive.

### Example Question #151 : Basic Operations

Evaluate:

Explanation:

Evaluate using order of operations first.  Double negatives will turn into a positive.

Determine the sum.

### Example Question #152 : Basic Operations

Solve:

Explanation:

Expand the expression by order of operations.

### Example Question #31 : Operations With Negative Numbers

Solve:

Explanation:

Solve by first evaluating the parentheses.  Double negatives result in a positive sign, while a positive and negative sign will result in a negative sign.

Simplify the terms so that there is one sign remaining for each integer.

Evaluate the sum.

Evaluate: