Q: What two numbers multiplied equal negative 50 but when added equal positive 15?

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Positive numbers always result in positive numbers when added, divided, or multiplied by another positive number.

A positive number added to a negative number may be either positive or negative depending on the magnititude ( absolute value) of the numbers. But a positive number multiplied by a negative number is always negative.

No two numbers exist.for the two numbers to be added to be negative and multiplied to be positive, both numbers must be negative, and the highest possible multiplication for two numbers added to -12 would be (-6 and -6) but multiplied, yields 36. So, no such numbers would exist.

19

273

145

3, -15

A negative number added to a negative number will always come out negative.

The answer to this depends on what you are doing with the numbers..... * A negative added to a negative gives a negative (-3) + (-5) = -8 * A negative subtracted from a negative may give either a negative or a positive (-3) - (-5) = +2 (-5) - (-3) = -2 * A negative multiplied by a negative gives a positive (-3) x (-5) = +15 * A negative divided by a negative gives a positive (-3) ÷ (-5) = +0.6

If "a" is multiplied or divided by a positive it will be negative.If "a" is added to a number less than 23 it will be negative.

24

Negetive 28 and 1

1, 2, 3

It all depends on the numbers, it could be positive or negative depending on which is further from zero.

Yes, if you are adding two negative numbers then the answer will be a negative. However, if you are multiplying or dividing two negative numbers then the answer will be a positive number.

-8 and 7

15 and -6

If you multiply a positive number by a negative it always equals a negative number.Depends what you mean by "and".If they're added: neverIf they're subtracted: sometimesIf they're multiplied or divided: always

6 and -5

67

16

one, two, and three

27

1, 2 and 3