The same as a positive one. If you are multiplying a positive number by a negative, the answer will be negative. If you are multiplying a negative number by a negative, the answer will be positive.
Negative, hope that helps.
Negative, because your multiplying a positive by another negative
Negative * positive = negative Positive * positive = positive Negative * negative = positive
you make it into a fraction by puting whatever the negative exponent is attach to an pu that on the botttom of the fraction and leave a one on top
multiplying and dividing a negative number will "flip" the sign of the other number. So multiplying two negative numbers will produce a positive number. Multiplying one positive and one negative number will produce a negative. And of course two positive numbers yield a positive.
A negative exponent of a number is the same as the reciprocal of that same number to the equivalent positive exponent.EXAMPLE : 2-3 = 1/23When multiplying powers of the same base the rule is, addthe exponents.So, if the initial exponent is negative then the number has to be multiplied by a power of that number with an equivalent positive exponent greater than the negative exponent.EXAMPLE : 2-3 x 25 = 2(-3+5) = 22 (As 5 > l3l then the resultant exponent is positive)
Negative times negative equals positive.
A number to a negative exponent is the inverse of the number to the positive exponent. That is, x-a = 1/xa
If you square any real number it will always be positive.
The result of multiplying a positive number by a negative number is a negative number.
Yes. Only by multiplying a positive by a negative, will the product be negative.
It will become a positive number.
Say it with a lot of sarcasm.
This is a procedure used to help people who are new to negative exponents. A negative exponent, when moved to the other side of the fraction, becomes a positive exponent and beginners are more comfortable with working with positive fractions.
positive X positive = positive positive X negative = negative negative X positive = negative negative X negative = positive
positive and positive are positive positive and negative are negative negative and negative is positive
When multiplying integers, multiplying by the same sign will always produce a positive integer. Such as a negative times a negative equals a positive. If the signs are different then the product will be a negative.
yes, a negative multiplied by a negative is just like multiplying a positive by a positive.
it would be a negative multiplied by a negative and your answer should end up positive.
a negative x a negative= a positive, a positive x a positive= a positive, a negative x a positive= a negative, and a positive x a negative= a negative. Same thing with division. a negative divided by a negative= a positive, a positive divided by a positive= a positive, a negative divided by a positive= a negative, and a positive divided by a negative is a negative. U see?