It's quite simple really. If a player is on the ice when his team scores a goal, he gets a plus. If he is on the ice when the opposition scores, he gets a minus. For example, if during a game , the player is on the ice when his team scores 3 goals , but is on the ice when the other team scores two, he is a plus one (+1). However, power play goals are not factored into the mix, although shorthanded goals are.
Bobby Orr had the single best year when it comes to plus/minus, with a stupendous plus-124 rating in 1970-71.
Same mathematical signs equal plus Different mathematical signs equal minus Plus Plus = Plus (+)(+) = + Minus Minus = Plus (-)(-) = + Plus Minus = Minus (+)(-) = - Minus Plus = Minus (-)(+) = - So the direct answer to your question would be: plus minus equals minus
Bobby Orr 102 in the same season set the record for plus minus with + 124
A plus + a plus is a plus.
A minus and a minus makes a plus A plus and a plus makes a plus A minus and a plus or plus and a minus makes a minus 7 - -2 is a minus and a minus Therefore the answer is 7 + 2 = 9
A minus plus a minus will give a sum with a minus also.
Resistors have no polarity. The voltage across a resistor is determined by the direction of current flowing through that resistor (and vice versa).
Yes it does. A minus is the opposite of something, so the minus of a minus is a plus.
A plus with a minus under it means "plus or minus" in math.