The value of the quotient of two integers with different signs is the same as if the signs were the same. Because the numbers have different signs, the quotient is negative.
-- write the difference between the integers without regard to their signs -- give the difference the same sign as the larger of the two integers
-- If the two integers have the same sign, their quotient is positive. -- If the two integers have different signs, their quotient is negative.
To add two integers with opposite signs . . . -- Ignore the signs, and write the difference between the two numbers. -- Give it the same sign as the larger original number has.
Ignore the signs and subtract the smaller number from the larger one.
Their quotient is positive if the integers have the same sign;negative if the integers have different signs;zero if the dividend is zero (and the divisor is not).
If the two signs are the same it is positive but if they are both different itis negative
The examples show that, to find the of two integers with unlike signs first find the absolute value of each integers.
- Always, if the two integers are both positive. - Sometimes, if the two integers have different signs. - Never, if the two integers are both negative.
-- The product is an integer. -- If the original two integers are both positive, then the product is positive. -- If the original two integers have different signs, then the product is negative.
divide them or multiply then put a negative because to different signs make a negative to of the same signs make a positive