A product of two integers is those two numbers multiplied together. If the product is two integers, it is called a square. Two negative integers are multiplied together by multiplying them together just as if they are positive. For example, -3x-3=9. It is exactly the same thing as squaring a positive integer.
Negative integers, zero and the positive integers, together form the set of integers.
No. Two negative integers added together will never equal a positive integer. It is the product of two negative integers that is positive.
any two negative numbers multiplied together equals a positive number. any two positives numbers multiplied together equal positive numbers and any negative and positive numbers multiplied together equals a negative.negative, negative = positivenegative, positive = negativepositive, positive = positive
A positive number multiplied by a positive number will give a positive answer:1 x 1 = 1In contrast, a negative number multiplied by a positive number gives a negative answer:-1 x 1 = -1Finally two negative numbers multiplied together give a positive answer:-1 x -1 = 1
No, the sum of two negative integers is not a positive integer. For example, if you add -5 and -6 together the sum would be -11.
-14 = -2 x -72 negatives multiplied together make a what? (hint - it is not a negative. Negative multiplied by positive gives a negative.)
Any negative integer can be factored to -1 times its positive value. Because negative one times itself is positive one, when multiplied by each other they cancel out. So if you're multiplying a negative integer A by a negative integer B. Replace A and B with -1*|A| and -1*|B| (You can do this because you know A and B are negative), and use the distributive property to rearrange them. Now you can see the -1*-1 term and equate it to 1, leaving only the |A| and |B| behind. Because two positive numbers multiplied together are always positive, the result will always be positive. Represented algebraically, as long as A and B are negative integers, the following is true: AB = -1|A|*-1|B| = -1*-1|AB| = |AB|.
Four unique pairs.
You cannot multiply "operations" together, that is meaningless. If you are referring to a positive number multiplied by a negative number, the result would be negative.
That can only be guaranteed when the two are multiplied or divided.
Because two negative multiplied together equal a positive. So after the first multiplication we have a positive and a negative. When we multiply these we have a negative.
The square of a number is always two numbers multiplied together. A positive times a positive is always positive, and a negative times a negative is always positive.
No, any 2 negative numbers multiplied together equal a positive number
When two negative real numbers are multiplied together, the product is a positive real number.
If an even number of negative factors are multiplied together (such as 18 factors), the answer will be positive. If there are an odd number of negative factors, the answer will be negative.
When multiplying two numbers together when negatives are involved, first multiply them together normally. In this case, 2x3=6 The next step is to find out if it's +6 or -6. You need to luck at the question again: If we multiplied two positives, the answer is positive. If we multiplied two negatives, the answer is positive. Otherwise, the answer is negative. In the question, we multiplied a positive by a negative, so the result will be negative. The answer, therefore, is -6
Negative. Positives always give positive sign, two of the negatives cancel out, leave one negative sign.
A negative. If you have a string of positive and negative numbers multiplied together, all you need to find the sign of the answer is to find the parity of the negative numbers. If there are an odd number of negatives then the answer is negative and if there are an even number of negatives then the answer is positive. Remember, positive numbers make no difference to the sign of the answer.
No, two negatives multiplied together always form a positive number.
I feel that two negatives are positive because you add* your two negative integers* together, you would be doing this: -+- (negative + negative) so the response is, is that if two integers where both negative, you would add, just like if there were two positives, you would add, but not if you have different signs. (positive+negative) you would subtract. Just as the same with negative + positive. [REVIEW: if the sign is the same, add, if the sign is different, you subtract.] *=you may not always add *=integers- a fancy word for numbers.
This is accomplished the same way as with positive integers. Add all of the numbers together and divide by (positive) 2. Don't let the negative signs fool you!
-5 and 6 or 5 and -6. Multiplied together, they give -30.