Negative two times three is negative six.
Three times negative 2 minus three is equal to -9
1/3 * (-3) = -1
im pretty sure its -1/3.
One and three: 1×3 = 3 Negative one and negative three: -1×-3 = 3 One and the absolute value of three: 1×|3| = 3 One and the absolute value of negative three: 1×|-3| = 3 The square root of one and three: √1)×3 = 3
Because negative numbers multiplied by themselves three times will be negative.
negative one and a half
Three times negative five is negative fifteen.
Negative seven is.
negative three fourth
-3/-3 is a double negative, and therefore equals a positive. Three thirds - the result - is equal to one. When you square (take to the power of two) the number one, you get one, because one times itself is one. If you were saying -3/(-32), however, your result will be different. -32 is another double negative, equalling a positive. Three times three is nine. therefore, your result for that is -3/9. When simplified, this turns into -1/3.
Four. Remember, negative times negative equals positive.
3 times -7 is -21
The answer is: 3 times -30 = -90
Because if you multiply a negative number three times, the product will be negative.