Yes, the product of three negative numbers is always a negative number.
If ever you have an odd number of negative numbers, the product will always be a negative number. So the answer to this question is negative.
You multiply the numbers just like you would normally except that the product will have a negative sign. Example: -6 X 5 = -30. When you multiply a negative number and a positive number, the product will always be negative. Multiplying two positive numbers or two negative numbers will give you positive products.
This is called a factor. Factors, by definition, are numbers you can multiply together to get another number, or a product.
The product is the answer you get when you multiply two numbers. The two numbers are called factors. The number the factors make when you multiply them is called the product
No. The sum of two negative numbers will always be a negative number. If, however, you multiply the numbers, their product will be positive.
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.
The final product
No, the product of two negative numbers is always a positive.
Just multiply one pair of your numbers to give you a product, and then multiply their product by your third number.
When you multiply numbers together, the factors of the product are the factors of all of the multiplicands, and every even number includes at least one factor of 2.
That is false. A negative times a negative is always a positive. Since absolute numbers are always positive if you make it negative that is not correct.
The product is a rational number.
There is no such thing as the product of just one number, a product is when 2 or more numbers are multiplied. The product of a number and another number means the answer you get when you multiply the two.
3 negative numbers are three negative numbers. There are a lot of things you can do with them: -- You can add them up. Their sum is always a negative number. -- You can add two of them and subtract the third one from the sum. The result could be a positive number or it could be a negative number. It depends on the three negative numbers you started with. -- You can multiply them all together. The product is always a negative number. -- You can multiply all of their absolute values together. The product is always a positive number. -- You can multiply two of them, and divide the product by the third one. The result is always a negative number. -- You can multiply two of them, then raise the product to the power of the third one. The result is always a positive number. -- You can divide one of them by another one, then raise the quotient to the power of the third one. The result is always a positive number. But, as I said at the top, 3 negative numbers are never anything else other than three negative numbers.
its means the numbers that you multiply with to get a product has more than numbers to multiply THAT with than just that number and 1.
The question is ambiguous. Do you want to know how to multiply a fraction by a whole number, as well as by a mixed number? Or are you asking how to multiply a whole number by a mixed number and express the product as a fraction? Or what?
I think the product will be negative.
Yes. 1 is the multiplicative identity for numbers.
The product would be a negative number. When you multiply with a negative, it doesn't matter how many negatives, the product will always be a negative. For example: if you were to multiply 2x3x4x5x6x7x8x9x-3x-7x-9=-68,584,320. If you don't believe me, use your calculator.
A number that is a multiple of 4.
The product of two rational numbers is always a rational number.
The product of two prime numbers is always a composite number, and it never is a prime number.