A product of two integers is those two numbers multiplied together. If the product is two integers, it is called a square. Two negative integers are multiplied together by multiplying them together just as if they are positive. For example, -3x-3=9. It is exactly the same thing as squaring a positive integer.
The smallest positive integer is 1. 1 is the multiplicative identity; ie anything times 1 is itself. The greatest negative integer is the most positive negative integer which is -1. Therefore the product of the greatest negative integer and the smallest positive integer is the greatest negative integer which is -1.
No - the absolute value of any integer is either the integer itself or its positive equivalent, if negative.
a negative integer
There are just three possible cases: Positive integer: positive x positive = positive. Negative integer: negative x negative = positive. Zero: zero x zero = zero.
Yes. The product of a negative integer and a positive integer is a negative integer.
The sum of any one number is itself.
No. There is no integer that, when multiplied by itself, produces the answer -36.
A negative integer multiplied by a negative integer is always a positive integer product. -x * -y = xy
you get a negative integer
Yes, and also a negative integer divided by a negative integer is equal to a positive number (but not necessarily an integer).
As long as the negative integer is greater than the positive integer, a negative integer will result from addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Negative numbers are integers as well. The absolute value of any negative integer will be positive and therefore larger than itself.