Mistakes gave rise to another problem!

Algebra Level 3

In mathematics, If you do the following: \(-(a-b)=-a-b\), then It's a big mistake.

How many ordered pairs such that \(-10\leq a,b \leq10\) exist such that the mistake given above is true?

Take \(a,b\) as integers.

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