Symbols:Arithmetic and Algebra/Negative Quantity

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A unary operator prepended to a number to indicate that it is negative.

For example:


The $\LaTeX$ code for \(-6\) is -6 .

If a number does not have either $+$ or $-$ prepended, it is assumed to be positive by default.

Also see


Symbols:Set Difference (Variant)
Symbols:Logical Not (Minus)

for other uses of this symbol.