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Q: When two mixed numbers are greater than 1 are mulitiplied the product will always be?

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The product of two mixed numbers is always greater than one (assuming that both of the mixed numbers themselves are greater than one.)

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Not always.

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Not always, but most of the time.

No. If one of the numbers is 0 it is less; if one of the numbers is 1 it is the same as one of them; otherwise the product is greater than either

The product of two digit numbers is always greater than either.

Yes, always.

No. Their product is always greater than 0.

Whenever you multiply two negative real numbers.

The assertion in the question is simply not true.

Yes, if both the numbers have the same sign. But not if only one of them is negative.

The product is not always greater than 1.

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.

One possible conjecture: The product is always an odd number. Another possible conjecture: The product is always greater than either of them. Another possible conjecture: Both odd numbers are always factors of the product. Another possible conjecture: The product is never a multiple of ' 2 '. Another possible conjecture: The product is always a real, rational number. Another possible conjecture: The product is always an integer.

The numbers to the right are always greater.

No, the product of two negative numbers is always a positive.

The product of two odd numbers is always odd.

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No, not always.

The least common factor for two numbers is always one. The least common multiple for two numbers which have no common factors greater than one is their product.

The product of two odd numbers is always an odd number.

The product of two rational numbers is always a rational number.

No, the product will always be even.

Sometimes, not always.