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Q: The product of two positive numbers equals?

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The product of two positive numbers or two negative numbers is a positive number.

If two numbers have opposite signs, then their product and quotient are both negative.

The product of negative number and a positive number is always a negative. The product of two positive numbers, or two negative numbers, is always a positive.

It is a positive.

Negative times negative equals positive. Positive times positive equals positive. Positive times negative equals negative. If you have more than two numbers, multiply the first two and then apply these rules to each successive number in turn.

When two numbers have the same sign, whether plus or minus, their product is positive. When two numbers have opposite signs, their product is negative.

The product of two negative numbers results in a positive number.

If you know that the product of 2 negative numbers is positive, then the product of 4 negative numbers has to be positive. The product of the first two negative numbers is positive and the next two negative numbers is positive. Multiplying the product of the first two numbers (positive number) and the product of the last two numbers (also positive), is a positive number times a positive number which is positive. Let a, b, c and d be negative numbers: (a*b*c*d) = (a*b)*(c*d) (-ve*-ve*-ve*-ve)=(-ve*-ve)*(-ve*-ve)= (+ve)*(+ve) = (+ve)

If two numbers have the same sign, their product is positive. If two numbers have opposite signs, their product is negative. So the answer is 'yes'.

The product of the LCM and GCF of two numbers equals the product of the two numbers.

No. The product of two opposite numbers is always negative. Negative x positive = negative and Positive x negative = negative

positive times positive equals positive negative times negative equals positive positive times negative equals negative Substitute "divided by" for "times" in the previous sentences and they are still true.

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