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Q: What do you get when you multiple a negative and a positive?

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The same as two positive numbers, except the product will be negative.

A positive times a positive equals a positive, a negative times a negative equals a positive, a negative times a positive equals a negative(vice versa for the last one)

a multiple, as follows:positive * positive = positivepositive * negative = negativenegative * negative = positivemore than 2 numbers:positive * positive * positive = positivepositive * positive * negative = negativepositive * negative * negative = positivenegative * negative * negative = negativeand so on...also, (any number) * 0 = 0

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IN statistics yes there is a negative mean. Mean is the average of multiple numbers. Negative is opposite of positive.

Positive + Negative = Negative Negative + Negative = Positive Positive + Positive = Positive Negative + Positive = Negative

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.

There is no smallest multiple since there are infinitely many negative numbers. The smallest POSITIVE multiple is 6.

Negatives and Positives Positive + Positive = Positive Negative + Negative = Positive Negative + Positive = Negative Positive + Negative = Negative

Yes. Negative/negative = positive Postive/Positive = positive Negative/Positive - negative

Negative * positive = negative Positive * positive = positive Negative * negative = positive

Negative. Every pair of negative numbers gives a positive multiple. Positive numbers do not affect the sign any further, so you can throw out pairs of numbers from 169. In the end, there will be just the one negative number left.

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