Are sentinel values always negative?
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The High Standard Sentinel Deluxe R-107 was made in the late 1960's to the early 1970's with a short run time. The value range currently is $25 to $200 due to various models. The 4" single action on the low side and the 6" double action with .22lr and .22Magnum interchangable cylinders on the high s…ide. There are several sites on the web offering parts and breakdown sketches. In late 2007 at a Christy's auction house, a 6" barreled double action R-107 was auctioned off for $180. (MORE)
The hydration of an ion is always negative. This is because ion andwater attractions are only formed when the ion is surrounded bywater, deeming it negatively charged.
Say you're adding -2+(-2). Adding negative two is equavilant to subtracting positive two. Both -2+(-2) would be -4.. I hope that made sense.
The term Sentinel can refer to a person or thing that watches or stands as if watching, or, more notably in this case a soldier stationed as a guard to challenge all comers and prevent a surprise attack. Basically, its a guard who stands watch to prevent a surprise attack. .
not so, theres a mutation i blieve called sickle cell anemia? its positive effect you ask? makes the host immune to malaria.
Not necessarily. Bias is just an opinion. Therefore, you can have a good bias (I believe that this is amazing), but you can also have negative bias (Myspace sucks!) In electronics, bias can be either negative or positive.
The absolute value of any number is always positive. * * * * * The statement in the question is true; strictly speaking the answer is correct. The absolute value of 0 is 0, which is non-negative but is not positive. One exception is enough to falsify an "always".
This is what you do... you tell her that if she is not going to change then you are going to break up with her and I guarantee that if she love you then she will change
because gravity is a force that acts down on an object. In physics up is positive and down is negative
it is most of the time cause all they change is for the worse sometimes they change like sank planes so it can be used as habitat
The charge on electron and proton is an assumption, these particles have attraction towards each other, the electron was assumed to be negative and proton positive it may be reversed some where in the universe. By definition, the electron is a subatomic particle that carries a negative electric ch…arge. It has no known substructure and is believed to be a point particle. You may note that the positron or antielectron is the antiparticle or the antimatter counterpart of the electron. The positron has a positive charge, and the same mass as an electron. (MORE)
an integer is a negative number and a positive number. It is all the numbers, just like a natural number is all the numbers from 1 and up
Because by 'adding' a negative number to another negative number, you are making the first number even smaller - or more negative A negative number means to take away. Think about in terms of money. If I owe you five dollars, then I have negative five dollars (-5). If I borrow ten more, then I owe …you additional (+) ten dollars (-10). You would then add them together to figure out how much is owed. Five dollars plus ten dollars is fifteen dollars (-5 + -10 = -15). Or you can think about it this way: two negative numbers added are always negative for the same reasons as when you add positive numbers, their sum is always positive. You get further away from zero, just in opposite directions. (MORE)
\nthat is maybe because you don't belive in yourself and you are afraid to face life so you fill your mind with negative stuff.
Yes. An absolute value is just that- the ultimate magnitude of a number, the number's distance from zero. Since distance is always positive, absolute value is always positive.
No it doesn't. If the n is a negative number, it would equal a positive number. For example: -n=6 n must be -6 because a negative times negative equals positive.
Yes. Any multiplication involving an odd number of negative operands will be negative (assuming non-zero operands).
A sentinel value is a value that is not supposed to change. It can be allocated along with, and used before the beginning and after the ending of a region of memory to detect if the program logic modified memory outside of the intended region. Most compilers and run-time libraries will do this autom…atically when you do a debug compile/link. (MORE)
Depending on condition, $300-$400. That is for the 1955-56 models- later models may be slightly less.
The sum of two negative integers is always negative due to the commutative and associatve property. In other words, summing or adding two negative numbers results in a larger scalar negative number. ex -1 + -1 = -2
There are many intuitive explanations that show it works. For example, you can look at debt as a negative number or you can use the number line to see why negative times negative is a positive. None of these is really a proof. In fact, since any negative number is really the same positive number mul…tiplied by -1, i.e. -5=5x-1 when we really need to ask only why is -1x-1=1. One good, but often not satisfying, answer is that if we use any other convention, then it won't work. The fact is, it is a convention. For the mathematical purist, here is a nice proof that two negatives multiplied together equal a positive Let a and b be any two real numbers. Consider the number n defined by n = ab + (-a)(b) + (-a)(-b). We can write n= ab + (-a)[ (b) + (-b) ] if we just actor out -a = ab + (-a)(0) = ab + 0 = ab. Also, n = [ a + (-a) ]b + (-a)(-b) if we factor out b = 0 * b + (-a)(-b) = 0 + (-a)(-b) = (-a)(-b). So we have n = ab and n = (-a)(-b) Hence, by the transitivity of equality, we have ab = (-a)(-b) and the proof is complete. (MORE)
No. The sum of a positive integer and a negative integer has the same sign as the larger integer.
the absolute value of any nuber is always positive even tho it may be negative inside. the only way to make it negative would be if there was a -l....l negative in front of the bars.
Constructive criticism is criticism kindly meant that has a goal of improving some area of another's person's life or work. Often constructive criticism refers specifically to the critique of someone else's written or artistic work, in perhaps a teacher/student setting, that would allow that person …to further improve the work or to improve their approach to future endeavors. However, constructive criticism can also apply to a critical reasoned analysis of a person's behavior, as in a patient/therapist setting or a group therapysetting. Parents also try to employ constructive criticism to help their children improve their lives. The trouble with constructive criticism is that not all people are receptive to it. They may either feel their self-esteem shrinking under criticism, or they may feel that all criticism is negative. This can destroy the intent of constructive criticism. Further, not all people who think they are employing constructive criticism are actually being helpful. They may think all criticism is helpful and may not spare the person any details or couch the criticism in ways least likely to make a person defensive. Communication is loaded with multiple intentions, especially in a parent/child or spousal relationships. Thus people may not know how to actually employ a critique of one aspect of a person without involving their own feelings or frustration that make a critique negative. Generally, constructive criticism should address an area that needs improving but does not speak to the person's self. Constructive criticism should be a reasoned, unemotional response in an effort to teach. In spousal communication, constructive criticism is often shaped as the "I" message: "I feel X, when you say Y." In parental relationships, constructive criticism generally works best when the timing is right. A child who has just lost a game, for instance, might be better served by encouraging words, rather than a performance critique. Later, one might ask the child what she thought about her performance. Asking what was the best thing she did and what was her weakest moment can often open a conversation up to a non-negative way of helping a child improve. Many children know exactly what they did wrong in a game, struck out, dropped a ball, etc, and would rather talk about how to fix it, than to be told what they already know. A similar approach is taken between a therapist and a client. The therapist usually resists direct criticism but helps the client find ways to talk about behaviors and solve problems. This kind of relationship bases its approach on the theory that the therapist best serves the client by helping them identify and resolve problems and issues, instead of pointing out the issues and presenting a solution to the client. In teacher/student relationships, constructive criticism tends to be far more helpful than a blunt critique of a student's defects. Questions on a paper and also praise in some areas can make constructive criticism easier to receive. Although, some students do jump to the point and want to immediately know what they did wrong. Some teachers provide very helpful guidelines prior to a student writing a paper or essay. Telling the student ahead of time that the paper must have five paragraphs, a clear thesis statement, a conclusion, etc, often eliminates problems before they occur. If a student has then not fulfilled the requirements of the essay, help can be given in the areas where the student's performance is weak. In all cases, constructive criticism runs the danger of being perceived as negative. In these situations, it is unlikely that any criticism will actually provide help. Even when a person tries to present criticism in a non-emotional way, it may still be considered a personal attack. The only way to approach this is by truly being constructive, kind and helpful, and realizing that not all people are going to appreciate what you might have to say. (MORE)
no- it depends on the absolute values of the numbers. The sum is negative only if the absolute value ( the value without the sign) is larger than the positive number. example -98 + 100 is positive because 100 is larger than 98. -100 + 98 is negative because 100 is larger than 98.
No, it will be a positive. Subtracting a negative number is the same as adding its negative value , which is a positive number. 4 - (-3) = 4 + 3 = 7 Other examples For 5 - ( - 7), when there is a negative of a negative, you cross out the negatives and put a plus in their place. See 5 + 7 and th…en you solve the problem, 12. Some problems may look like this: 6 - ( - 8)+9 - ( - 4) the way you solve this problem is by working from left to right. 6+8=14 + 9 - ( - 4), so what you do here is 14+9 first, 14 + 9=23 - ( - 4). Now you do 23-(-4), 23 + 4=27. Thats how you solve a problem like that. (MORE)
No . Adding two negative numbers will give a number which is more negative .
yes it will be. yes... if (-3)-5 is a possible problem, then the answer will be -8... it is like removing the negative signs, adding, then placing back the negative sign
A terminating or repeating decimal is always rational. Whether it is positive or negative makes no difference. So the answer is no it is not always rational, such as -1/pi
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No... the Zero 0 is not possitive,not negative so the absolute of zero is not
yes. This is because absolute value is in which you find how far away a number is from zero. This means that the absolute value is always positive.
Is it true or false that The area under a normal distribution curve is always positive even if the z value is negative?
It is true. Because the normal distribution is above the horizontal axis for all values, the area under it is a positive quantity no matter the z value.
The value must be unique enough that it will not be mistaken as a regular value in the list.
poor timing of the dye injection, the way in which the pathologist prepared the tissue for examination, or the existence of previously undiscovered sentinel nodes.
It isn't always negative. ... for example: -5 + 12 = 7 (a positive number) -5 + 2 = -3 (a negative number) -5 + 5 = 0 (neither negative nor positive) If the negative number has greater magnitude than the positivenumber, the sum will be negative If the positive number has greater magnitude than the …negativenumber, the sum will be positive If the negative and positive numbers have the same magnitude, thesum will be zero. (MORE)
Is there a general rule that you must always follow when multiplying or dividing an inequality by a negative value?
positive and positive are positive positive and negative are negative negative and negative is positive
No, because if the positive was 8, and the negative was -4, the difference would be positive four.
Yes, absolute value is a number that is a whole number and it is non-negative.
No. The only time it's zero is if the number is zero. The absolute value of a number is "how far that number is from zero". So for example, the absolute value of -6 is 6. Absolute value is written with these two lines around the number, for example: |-6| means 'the absolute value of -6'. An easy way… to know absolute value, is that its always the positive version of whatever number you are given. |-123012973|= 123012973. |-99|=99. |-5|=5. For positive numbers, the absolute value is the same as the number. |99|=99. |10,000,000|=10,000,000. (MORE)
Molecules are neutral, they do not have an overall charge, although in many cases there will parts of a molecule which have a negative charge and other parts that have a positive charge (for example, in a water molecule, the oxygen atom has a negative charge and the two hydrogen atoms have a positiv…e charge). (MORE)
Because if the number is already negative and you take away more it will be even farther away from being positive. I hope that makes sense!
They are always negative due to a negative plus a negative equaling a negative. It's similar to a positive plus a positive equaling a positive.
Because that's the definition of "absolute value": The 'size' of the number, regardless of its sign.
A positive number multiplied by a negative number will always result in a negative number.
I assume you're referring to a 1776-1976 US quarter. The reverseside shows a drummer boy, not a sentinel. If you found the coin in change, it's only worth 25Â¢. Anuncirculated one might sell for a couple of dollars, while a40%-silver proof or uncirculated one might retail for $4 or $5.
The absolute value will always be positive because if you thinkabout it, the absolute value.
It might be clearer if you think of it this way: Multiplication is repeated addition. 2 x 3 is the same as 3 + 3. They both equal 6. 2 x -3 is the same as -3 + -3. They both equal -6. In the first case, you are increasing the amount of positive things. The answer will be positive. In the s…econd case, you are increasing the amount of negative things. The answer will be negative. (MORE)
No. You have it backwards . . . . . the absolute value of anegative number is always a positive number.
Not necessarily; a positive number plus a negative number will be apositive number if the positive number is greater. Example: 10 +(-6) = 4