No, the product of two positive mixed numbers can never be less than one.
If ever you have an odd number of negative numbers, the product will always be a negative number. So the answer to this question is negative.
There are no two "last" composite numbers. Just as with prime numbers, and all numbers, they go on for ever and ever and ever and ever ... ... .
Yes. Example: 11/2 x 11/3 = 2
When ever there is any number or numbers in a / / that means that it is positive so the answer is positive five.
Real numbers are composed of rational and irrational numbers. Integers are part of the group (set) of rational numbers. And the integers are composed of the counting numbers (1, 2, 3, ...) and their negative counterparts (-1, -2, -3, ...). Oh, almost forgot. There is one more integer that is neither positive or negative. It's the number zero. Zero is an integer (neither positive or negative). The smallest real number ever is zero.
Yes, they do.
Yes and no - an atom has no charge - it is neutral because it contains equal numbers of positive and negative charges. A neutron has no charge at all, ever.
They never stop. Numbers however, are finite.
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The absolute value is only ever positive. * * * * * Or 0.
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No, they don't ever stop. They go on for infinity.
Yes, if you are averaging numbers that include negative numbers.