"Two minus two is zero."
Translation:Dois menos dois é zero.
"Duas menos duas" was counted wrong. Is "two" always masculine unless it is accompanying a feminine noun?
In portuguese two must follow the gender. Dois is masculine and duas is feminine. In your sentence you are mixing the gender and that is incorrect.
Talvez seja uma coisa de Minas, mas geralmente falamos dois menos dois DÁ zero ao invés de É zero.
Not just in Minas, I am sure, as the equivalent English is often used in the UK. I think using 'gives' emphasizes that the end result is a consequence of the earlier operations. (Not much of a gift here, I know!)
"Sem" means "without." One would not say "Two without two is zero." in English; one should not say it in Portuguese either. :)