They are about: 0.53112887 and -7.53112887
unfactorble i think
-9 and 20.
+6 and also -6
The numbers are 26 and -14
All numbers between negative one and zero are negative. When you multiply a number by a negative it becomes negative. Also, all numbers between negative one and zero are decimals. When you multiply a number by a decimal it becomes smaller. Thus, when you multiply a rational number by a number between negative one and zero, it becomes smaller and negative.
A positive number times another positive number will give you a positive answer. If you multiply two negative numbers together, you will also have a positive answer. The only way to get a negative answer is if you multiply a positive by a negative.
Well you can multiply 2 and 2 and it will give you 4 when u add
No negative number is equal to 15. Also, the only positive number equal to 15 is . . . . . 15.
This happens because a negative number is dominant over a positive one, so the number will multiply just as if you were multiplying even numbers, but at the end, just put a negative symbol. Also, if you multiply two negatives, they cancel themselves out, and the answer just becomes positive, but that only goes when multiplying an even amount of negative numbers together. For all of these, do the equation the same way, but at the end you may have to just add or take away a negative or positive symbol.
(-15) x 4 = -60 -15 + 4 = -11 ~Jason
The answer will also be negative.
No. Negative numbers are not counting numbers.
All negative integers can be expressed as improper or vulgar fractions just as positive numbers can, and therefore, all negative integers are also rational numbers.
Because when you add any negative numbers, the sum will also be a negative number.
Yes. In general, real numbers include negative numbers; they also include numbers that have decimals.
You get a positive answer when multiplying two alike signs because since its an even number of positive signs, the number will be positive. For example, -2 x -4= 8 since there are an even amount of negative signs.
we use negative numbers because if negative numbers wont be dere den den positive numbers wont also be dere so dere wont be any number.
Since negative numbers also have positive factors, their GCF would be the same as if the original numbers were positive.
Only when your answering the question wrong or someone finds a sneaky way to multiply both numbers by 0 (which is also wrong).
Yes, and also a negative integer divided by a negative integer is equal to a positive number (but not necessarily an integer).
Yes. It can also be negative in the numerator. Both positive and negative numbers (as well as zero) can be rational numbers. Both positive and negative numbers can be irrational numbers. Both positive and negative numbers (as well as zero) can be integers.