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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

multiply the numbers together and the sign is positive , as a negative times a negative is a positive

It's negative .Positive*Negative = NegativeNegative*Negative = Positive

its a negative

Negative

Positive times negative equals negative.

a) always negative

A positive.

A negative times a positive is always a negative. The rest is the same: just multiply as if they are both positive numbers and then add the negative sign at the end.

The 2 positive integers don't affect the sign. Every time you multiply by a negative number, the sign changes, so you have negative, positive, negative, positive... Since the number of negative numbers is odd, the end result is negative.The 2 positive integers don't affect the sign. Every time you multiply by a negative number, the sign changes, so you have negative, positive, negative, positive... Since the number of negative numbers is odd, the end result is negative.The 2 positive integers don't affect the sign. Every time you multiply by a negative number, the sign changes, so you have negative, positive, negative, positive... Since the number of negative numbers is odd, the end result is negative.The 2 positive integers don't affect the sign. Every time you multiply by a negative number, the sign changes, so you have negative, positive, negative, positive... Since the number of negative numbers is odd, the end result is negative.

A negative times a positive is a negative and that negative times a negative would = a positive. So the answer would be a positive number. *<:)

When you multiply two integers of the same sign, the answer is always positive. A positive times a positive is positive and a negative times a negative is positive.

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