Multiplying anything non-zero by a negative number changes the sign. A positive number multiplied by a negative number becomes negative. A negative number multiplied by a negative number becomes positive.
There are just three possible cases: Positive integer: positive x positive = positive. Negative integer: negative x negative = positive. Zero: zero x zero = zero.
A positive numbe is a number above zero and a negative number is a number below zero.
In math, a positive is a number greater then zero, and a negative number is less than zero.
No. A negative number is a number below zero, not zero itself.The number zero is neither negative nor positive.
Because if a negative is multiplied by another negative it will always be positive. But, if a positive is multiplied or divided by a negative it will always be negative. If the two signs are the same and or being multiplied or divided they will be positive. If the two signs are different and or being multiplied or divided will be negative. True, but the question is not about multiplication, but addition. i like to think of it like this on a number line there are positives and negatives -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 if you added 2 to zero you move up to the number positive 2 then move down two number, which represents subtracting two or negative two. you should end up on zero
Any number multiplied by zero gives a product of 0.
No, a negative times a negative would be a positive and a positive times a positive would also be positive, and anything multiplied by zero would still be zero
A positive number is greater than zero; a negative number is less than zero.
No. Zero is neither negative nor positive.
No. Zero is neither positive nor negative, by definition. A positive number is greater than zero. A negative number is less than zero. Although, zero is a non-negative number (a set that includes all positive numbers and zero).