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Q: Is the product of two mixed numbers always greater than 1?

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The product of two mixed numbers is always greater than one (assuming that both of the mixed numbers themselves are greater than one.)

The product will be greater than 1, when each of the two factors are greater than 1.

Yes, if both the numbers have the same sign. But not if only one of them is negative.

No.

In any case, being the product of two rational numbers, it will also be rational. It can either be another mixed number, or it may happen to be an integer.

No. A mixed number must be greater than 1, and two numbers that are greater than one that are multiplied together end up being greater that either number by itself.

Assuming the numbers are positive, the answer will be a mixed number that is greater than the integer parts of the two numbers and smaller than the product of one more than each of the two integer parts. The last part is: ax < ab/c * xy/z < (a+1)*(x+1)

yes because it is greater than 1

Mixed numbers are greater than proper fractions.

Products will be greater unless your number set includes a number less than 1.

Mixed numbers are greater than proper fractions.

0.45 can't be a mixed number. Mixed numbers are greater than one.

0.25 can't be a mixed number. Mixed numbers are greater than one.

It can't be one. Mixed numbers are greater than one.

It can't be one. Mixed numbers are greater than one.

It can't be one. Mixed numbers are greater than one.

It can't be one. Mixed numbers are greater than one.

It can't be one. Mixed numbers are greater than one.

You can't. Mixed numbers are greater than one.

It can't be one. Mixed numbers are greater than one.

It can't be one. Mixed numbers are greater than one.

You can't. Mixed numbers are greater than one.

It can't be one. Mixed numbers are greater than one.

It can't be one. Mixed numbers are greater than one.

It can't be one. Mixed numbers are greater than one.