Q: How do you multiply negative four and negative six?

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Six minus negative four is positive ten, because subtracting a negative is the same as adding a positive.

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negative six

First, add negative 5 and four. That answer is negative 1. Then add negative six, which is -7.

4 x -6 = -24 A good way to remember how to do this is to multiply the two numbers as you would if they were both positive. Then, if only one of the numbers is a negative, the answer will be a negative. If both numbers are a negative, the answer will be a positive.

negative four

Negative four minus six is negative ten (-10). To get this, add four to six and flip the sign.

-10 and 4,

The product is fifty four

Two.

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Because in parenthesis you have to multiply it by something.

They are about: 0.53112887 and -7.53112887

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It is a mathematical statement. It means that the average of a set of numbers is negative 10 and the sum of this average and four is, therefore, negative six!

Fifty-four divided by six is equal to positive nine because fifty-four and six are both positive numbers.

-71/5

when you multiply a positive number by a negative number it is a negative. if u multiply a negative by a negative then it is positive

-6 x -70 = 420 (positive four hundred and twenty).

6 + (-4) =6 - 4 = 2

=when you multiply negative integers the answer is going to be negative because n-multiply by n- equals n+ but when yu multiply n+ by n- it equals n- so you basicly multiply the numbers and the answer would be ah negative.==when you multiply negative integers the answer is going to be negative because n-multiply by n- equals n+ but when yu multiply n+ by n- it equals n- so you basicly multiply the numbers and the answer would be ah negative.=

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Yes, any time you multiply a negative by a negative, it automatically becomes a positive.

multiply the numbers together and the sign is positive , as a negative times a negative is a positive

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