One and one third multiplied by three equals four.
one and one third
No, a negative multiplied by a negative is a positive, as is of course a positive multiplied by a positive. Only when a negative is multiplied by a positive is the answer negative.
Anything multiplied by negative one is the same number with the opposite sign. -1 over 4
minus (negative) A negative number multiplied or divided by a negative is a positive. Then, multiplied or divided by another negative gives you a negative. A negative added to a negative is a negative. So adding a third negative is still a negative. Subtracting a - from a - is a -. So, subtracting a third - is still a -. No matter what operation you do, three negatives is a negative.
Negative one third.
negative one third
negative one ninth
The answer to the problem 1.5 multiplied by -6 is -3.
'''(one third) to the power (negative one) = three'''
Absolute value of negative one and one-third is positive one and one-third.
a negative divided or multiplied by a negative is a positive a negative and a positive multiplied or divided by each other is a negative a negative divided or multiplied by a negative is a positive a negative and a positive multiplied or divided by each other is a negative
45.7*10-3 = 0.0457
a3*a-2 = a(3-2) = a
Negative 15 divided by negative one third = 45/1 or 45
That would be negative three. A negative multiplied by a negative is a positive. A negative multiplied by a positive is still a negative.
-1/3 x 3/8 = -3/24 or simplify it to -1/8
One third multiplied by one and a half equals a half.
Add negative eleven to negative four and one third to obtain negative fifteen and one third: (-11) + (-4 1/3) = -15 1/3
45 multiplied by one-third = 15; 45 divided by one-third = 135.
Multiplying a quantity by negative one just changes the sign of the quantity. Multiplying a positive one third by negative one makes it negative one third. -1/3
Negative one third.