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Q: What are two numbers that multiplies to 100 and adds up to negative 20?

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-998 = if its negative number 100 = if its positive numbers

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The way to look at positive and negative numbers is to imagine them as if they are on a numberline. Positives will go up the timeline, and towards 100. Negatives will go down (to the left) of the timeline.

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Positive 3-digit numbers are any numbers between 100 and 999. They are not negative (no "-" sign in front) and are three digits.

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no- it depends on the absolute values of the numbers. The sum is negative only if the absolute value ( the value without the sign) is larger than the positive number. example -98 + 100 is positive because 100 is larger than 98. -100 + 98 is negative because 100 is larger than 98.

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20, 40, 60, 80, 100 and so on.