## Confusion related to the minus operator

## Summary

The negation sign (`-`

) appears to be parsed incorrectly in several situations, mostly while using infix operators,
creating a confusing result.

The wiki states that `The unary minus is syntactic sugar for the Prelude function negate.`

, yet it appears that the precedence differs between the unary minus and the negation function.

## Steps to reproduce

- Open ghci
- Evaluate the following expressions:

`-1 `mod` 3`

`(-1) `mod` 3`

`negate 1 `mod` 3`

`-9 `div` 10`

`(-9) `div` 10`

`negate 9 `div` 10`

## Expected behavior

I expected the first and fourth expressions to evaluate just like their counterparts, with parantheses and `negate`

respectively, yet it appears that the rest of the expression is evaluated, then negated, instead of the numbers being treated
as negative numbers.

## Environment

- GHC version used:

Optional:

- Operating System: NixOS unstable
- System Architecture: x86_64

Any clarification would be helpful.

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