95 | | "The handling of the prefix negation operator, -, complicates matters only slightly. (Recall that) prefix negation has lower precedence than infix multiplication. The operator to the left of prefix -, if there is one, is ignored. So a + -b or a * -b are legal. Prefix negation binds tighter with infix operators to the right of lower precedence than multiplication. So for example -a + b is legal and resolves as (-a) + b." |

| 95 | "The handling of the prefix negation operator, -, complicates matters only slightly. (Recall that) prefix negation has lower precedence than infix multiplication. So -a * b resolves as -(a * b) or more importantly `-a ^ b` as `-(a ^ b)`. Generally, prefix negation extends as long to the right as there are consecutive infix operators with precedences at least as high as multiplication. |

| 96 | The operator to the left of prefix -, if there is one, is ignored. So a + -b or a * -b are legal. Prefix negation binds tighter with infix operators to the right of lower precedence than multiplication. So for example -a + b is legal and resolves as (-a) + b." |