When its multiplied by anything greater than one
That's always the case.
This is a clever question. I would say: "Always". To be more precise: The product is never greater than either factor, and if neither factor is ' 1 ', then the product is always less than both.
The product is less than either factor.
The integer "-8" is less than "-7".
To make the product equal to 3.2, multiply by one. To make the product greater or lesser than 3.2 multiply by a number greater or lesser than one, respectively.
the answer is 0.5
An integer is a whole number, and the largest integer less than 9.5 would be 9.4
No, you cannot. The answer can be greater than (or less than) neither, one or both numbers.For example,-4.5 and -2.2 are both less than 1. Their product is 9.9 which is greater than both.-4.5 and 0.2 are both less than 1. Their product is 0.9 which is less greater than one and less than the other.0.5 and 0.2 are both less than 1. Their product is 0.01 which is less than both.
Subtract any POSITIVE integer from -2, and you get an integer that is smaller.
(-4x6) -3 = -27
By definition, a negative integer is any integer less than zero. Similarly, a positive integer is any integer greater than zero. It should be immediately obvious that an integer cannot be both less than and greater than zero. Therefore, a negative integer cannot be greater than a positive integer.
It depends on the factions, but normally, yes. For example, you multiply one-fourth by one-half, you get one eighth, which is less than one.
There are no positive integers less than any negative ones.
yes it is
A negative integer.
The largest integer equal to -100 is -100. The largest integer less than -100 is -101.
One is an integer, it is equal to one and less than two.