10, -9 sum is 1 product is -90. any two numbers one positive one negative, positive has to be larger
find two positive numbers whose product is a maximum. 1.) the sum is s.
Not always, but most of the time.
The sum of two positive numbers is always a positive number.
The numbers are 13 and 8 The product is 104
Both must be the positive square root of N.
Two numbers have a product of 80 their sum is 24?
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The product of two positive numbers or two negative numbers is a positive number.
No! If one number is negative and the positive is greater than it's interval (positive version [e.g. the interval of -6 is 6]), then the product will very well be positive. In theory, of course. Sorry, tenth grader speaking... Small error here; product is the result of multiplication. The answer above is correct for a sum, but not a product. The rule for a product is even simpler than for a sum :- If the two numbers have the same signs (both positive or both negative) then the result will be positive. If the numbers have different signs the result will be negative.
If the product of two numbers is 4.2 and their sum is 4.4. then the numbers are 3 and 1.4.
The product of negative number and a positive number is always a negative. The product of two positive numbers, or two negative numbers, is always a positive.
167 is a prime so the only two distinct positive whole numbers that multiply to 167 are 1 and 167. Their sum is 168.
The product of any two numbers is the answer to the multiplication sum. For example, in the sum 7 x 9 = 63, the number 63 is the product.
This would be a positive number.
the PRODUCT :)
The sign of the sum is positive when the absolute value of the positive addend is greater than that of the negative addend.