Actually it does, whenever you mulitply and divide two negative and two positive numbers they always equal a positive number. When you multiply and divide a negative and positive they always equal a negative number.
a positive number..... 2 negatives=positive
If you multiply a negative number with a positive number, the result will be negative. If you multiply two negatives, the result will be positive.
You will end up with a positive number. With integers, if you multiply or divide an even amount of negative numbers, the answer will be positive and if you multiply or divide an odd amount, the answer will be negative.
Positive, for example -1*-1=1
If you are multiplying a negative number times a negative number, you multiply regularly but the answer in negative. If you are multipling 2 negatives, you multiply it regularly, again, but the answer is positive, and if u multiply 2 positives, obviously its a positive.
You can multiply or divide it by any negative number.
You multiply the negative number by the reciprocal of the fraction.
For negatives, two negatives equal a positive & all goes for positive
With an odd number of negative numbers included in the equation, the product is always negative; if there is an even number of negatives, it would be positive. This is because it takes two negatives to cancel each other out and make a positive, but with an odd amount, one is left uncancelled.
If you multiply or divide the numbers, the answer will be negative.
If the exponent is an even number you can drop the negative, because is you were to multiply it out the negatives would cancel out.
A positive because two negatives cancel each other out to create a positive. Example: -40/-10= 4
Yes, when multiplying or dividing two negatives the result is a positive number.
a negative but of there are a equal number of negatives then a positive... the negatives counter each other
When you divide or multiply positive and negative numbers, you first do the division or multiplication as normal. The next step is to assess whether or not the answer will be negative or positive. If the two numbers of the question were the same (negative and negative or positive and positive) then the answer will be positive. If the two numbers in the question were different (one negative and one positive) then the answer will be negative. Thus, if you divide a negative number by a positive number, the result will be the same as normal division, but the answer will be negative.
A negative number squared equals a positive number. When multiplying, odd numbers of negatives result in a negative answer, and even numbers of negatives result in a positive answer.
No. An odd number of negatives in multiplication is negative.
when you multiply a positive number by a negative number it is a negative. if u multiply a negative by a negative then it is positive
When you multiply a positive number by a negative number you always get a negative number.
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This happens because a negative number is dominant over a positive one, so the number will multiply just as if you were multiplying even numbers, but at the end, just put a negative symbol. Also, if you multiply two negatives, they cancel themselves out, and the answer just becomes positive, but that only goes when multiplying an even amount of negative numbers together. For all of these, do the equation the same way, but at the end you may have to just add or take away a negative or positive symbol.
When you divide or multiply two negative numbers they cancel each other out and you have a positive answer. We are measuring relationships instead of moving on a number line like addition or subtraction.