They are not the same. You can multiply by zero but division by zero is not defined.
Those are the rules of multiplication (and division).
The rules are not the same.Multiplication is commutative whereas division is not.Multiplication is associative whereas division is not.
Both need integers around them, to use them.
The question has no sensible answer because its proposition is not true. Multiplication is commutative, division is not, so the rules are NOT the same.
following multiplication integer rules and division rules, you should get: "MULTIPLICATION: minus times minus is plus (negative x negative = positive).....minus times plus is minus (negative x positive = negative).....plus times plus is plus (positive x positive = positive) DIVISION: minus divi minus is plus (negative ÷ negative = positive)......minus divi plus is minus (negative ÷ positive = negative).....plus divi plus is plus (positive ÷ positive = positive)" a division problem is a multiplication problem in disguise
It is true, and it follows from the definition of multiplication and division.
The rules for division are the same as for multiplication. Positive multiplied (or divided) by negative is negative.
Division is the inverse operation to multiplication. Division by a number (other than zero) is the same as multiplication by its reciprocal.
When multiplying integers, multiplying by the same sign will always produce a positive integer. Such as a negative times a negative equals a positive. If the signs are different then the product will be a negative.
They are all numbers and obey the same rules for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, exponentiation etc.
Within parentheses or similar symbols, the same rules apply as when you don't have parentheses. For example, multiplication and division have a higher priority (or precedence) than addition and subtraction.
The rules are the same.
There is one operation like multiplication and division. Adding and subtraction is the same.
There is no real difference between the two operations. Division by a scalar (a number) is the same as multiplication by its reciprocal. Thus, division by 14 is the same as multiplication by (1/14).
They are not the same: they are similar. Division is the inverse operation. Division by x (where x is non-zero) is the same as multiplication by (1/x). So the operations are related but that does not make them the same.
Multiplication, division and modulo all have equal precedence.
The rules for division are exactly the same as the rules for multiplication. * Division (or multiplication) of a positive number by a positive number = positive * Division of a positive number by a negative number = negative * Division of a negative number by a positive number = negative * Division of a negative number by a negative number = positive If you have trouble remembering any of these, just try out a sample division on any calculator - for instance, if you divide (-1) / (-1) you get +1.
The answer also has the same sign.
Multiplication is the same as division by the reciprocal. Example: both 4 times 2 and 4 divided by 1/2 equal 8.
its opposite u will get the same answer if u do the opposite
It is because division by a non-zero number is the inverse operation of multiplication of multiplication.
Cell division is when one cell splits into two, as in Mitosis. Cell multiplication is caused by cell division, as when one cell divides into two, it is actually multiplying and dividing at one time. The term "division" is used as 'splitting up,' not in the math term where numbers shrink. In this case, cell division is the splitting of one cell into two and is the same thing as cell multiplication because cell division causes multiplication of the cells.