Yes. Only by multiplying a positive by a negative, will the product be negative.
The product of three positive numbers is positive. The product of three negative numbers is negative.
It may be either. If any of the integers is zero, the product will be zero. Else, if one or three of the integers is negative, the product will be negative. Otherwise, it will be positive.
The first three positive integers, 1, 2, and 3, satisfy this condition.
No. Odd numbers of negative integers will have a negative product. Even numbers of negative integers will have a positive product.Examples-1 x -3 x -4 = -12-3 x -4 = 12
Positive. The product of even numbers of negative integers is always positive, whereas the product of odd nummbers of negative integers is always negative.
No the product of two integers will not always be a positive, because if you multiply a positive and a negative you'll get a negative.
No, if a negative integer is multiplied by a positive integer, the product is negative. However, if both of the integers are either positive or negative, the product is positive.
The product of two negative integers is positive as for example -4 times -5 = 20
-- The product is an integer. -- If the original two integers are both positive, then the product is positive. -- If the original two integers have different signs, then the product is negative.
The product of two integers cannot be "positive and negative".
The rule in dividing integers is to divide the absolute values. Two positive integers or two negative integers equals positive product. If one integer is positive and the other is negative, the product is negative.
The 3 consecutive odd positive integers are 7, 9 and 11.
The product of 2 (or more) positives is positive. The product of 2 negatives is positive. So product of 6 negatives = 3*(product of two negatives) = product of 3 positives = positive. So overall sign is positive.
9240 is the product of the three consecutive integers 20, 21, and 22.
The sign of the product of four integers depends on the signs of the individual integers. There are 4 cases: 1) When all 4 integers share the same sign and all are non-zero (either all are positive or all are negative), the product is positive. 2) When 3 of the 4 integers share the same sign and all are non-zero (3 are positive and 1 is negative; or 3 are negative and 1 is positive), the product is negative. 3) When 2 of the integers are positive non-zero and the other 2 of the integers are negative non-zero, the product is positive. 4) If even one of the integers is zero, the product is zero (no sign - it is neither positive nor negative).
This statement is true when the two integers are positive, or when the two integers are negative.
The "integers of 15" appear to be '1' and '5'. Their product is 5 .
No. Two negative integers added together will never equal a positive integer. It is the product of two negative integers that is positive.
That is false. The product of two negative integers is always positive.
The set of integers is divided into three subsets. One is the positive integers. Another is the negative integers. The last subset has one element -- zero. In sum, integers are composed of the positive integers, the negative integers, and zero.
the two consecutive positive integers whose product is 380 19 20
When their signs are the same.
Two positive integers cannot have a sum which is negative!
If the amount of negative integers being multiplied is even, the result will be positive. If it is odd (like 101), the product will be negative.