i dunno if this is the answer youre looking for.
negative x negative = positive
negative x positive = negative
positive x positive = positive
same thing with dividing integers its really simple.
i dont no heheheheheheh
The result in such cases is always negative.
did you get this off of big ideas learning
Like signs give a positive answer. Unlike signs give a negative answer.
adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing
When dividing numbers that are different the answer will be negative.
It's a positive number. Here's the rule: In multiplication and division . . . -- If both numbers have the same sign, then the result of multiplying or dividing them is positive. -- If the two numbers have different signs, then the result of multiplying or dividing them is negative.
The answer is positive.
The rule in dividing integers is to divide the absolute values. Two positive integers or two negative integers equals positive product. If one integer is positive and the other is negative, the product is negative.
One misconception is that the process is difficult.
divide them or multiply then put a negative because to different signs make a negative to of the same signs make a positive
The answer is always positive (or 0).
Multiplying is the opposite of dividing, whether it be using integers or other numbers and variables. Technically, multiplying and dividing integers is different, but the two processes are very strongly related to each other. For example, if one multiplies two and two together, one gets four as an answer. If one then divides four by two, one gets two. The multiplication of the 2 was reversed by the division of the 2.
The answer is a positive number.
The answer is a positive number.
Integers are whole numbers. Dividing integers is simply dividing whole numbers. Dividing 9 by 3 is dividing two integers, as is dividing 28 by 7. Dividing integers is one of the easiest of math problems you will encounter suring school.
In all of these cases the result is positive.
Adding integers, if they have the same sign, add their absolute values and keep the same sign. Subtracting, change the sign of the 2nd number and the add using rules of addition. Multiplying and dividing, Divide the absolute values, if the signs are the same the answer is positive, if the signs are different the answer is negative.
No, it's not the same. Multiplying by 0.1 would be the same as dividing by 10. Dividing by 100 is the same as multiplying by 0.01.
The inverse of multiplying is dividing, so dividing by 2.
Multiplying and dividing integers is real easy. All you have to do is do regular dividing and multiplying keeping in mind these simple rules: RULES: 1: When multiplying or dividing integers, when the numbers are a positive, positive they equal a positive. When the numbers are negative, negative they equal a positive. In other words, same signs equal positive. 2: This rule is very similar to the rule above. The only change is that when the signs are different, they equal a negative. ( negative, positive= negative, positive, negative= negative.) Please correct me if I'm wrong. Multiply integers- my notes from class positive x positive= positive positive x negative= negative negative x negative= positive Divide integers- again my notes from class positive divided by a positive= positive negative divided by a negative= positive negative divided by a positive= negative Dividing integers are simple if the number has a different sign than the other it is always negative but if they have the same sign its always positive ex. -20/5=-4 ex. -20/-4=-5
you take the lowest significant figure in the equation and that is the sig fig of your answer
Because multiplying or dividing them by the same NON-ZERO number does not alter their ratio.
Details about multiplying and dividing rational number involves modeling multiplying fractions by dividing squares to equal segments and then overlap the squares.
The inverse operation of Multiplying is Dividing.
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