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-(-a) is read as ...?

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Answer

Negative of Negative

Explanation

Usually negative numbers are written with a minus sign in front of numbers. –a is read as negative a, the opposite of a. –a is additive inverse of a.

Therefore –(–a) is read as negative of negative a.

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