no, negative....if you multiply two negatives it comes out positive
If you multiply a negative number with a positive number, the result will be negative. If you multiply two negatives, the result will be positive.
Yes two negatives do make a positive if you multiply.
If you add two negative numbers, the result is negative.If you multiply two negative numbers, the result is positive.
Actually it does, whenever you mulitply and divide two negative and two positive numbers they always equal a positive number. When you multiply and divide a negative and positive they always equal a negative number.
Since there are two negatives, the answer has to be positive. So, just mulitpl as usual.
There is no such thing as a positive or a negative zero. A negative divided by a positive is a negative, and a positive divided by a negative is a negative. If you have a negative and a positive, the answer will be a negative. But if you have two negatives or two positives as the dividend and divisor, the answer will be a positive. In other words, dividing two positives or two negatives will always give you a positive. But dividing a positive and a negative will always give you a negative.
To help you with future negative multiplications, two negatives= a positive answer. One negative and one positive= a negative. Just multiply like you would normally, but keep those two pointers in mind.
When combining (adding) two negatives you get a negative. When multiplying two negatives you will get a positive.
GenelleBabee: it becomes a positive because when you multiply two negatives it becomes a positive, & it's the same thing with division.
The two negatives cancel out and the number becomes positive.
If the two numbers you are multiplying are both negatives, the answer will be a positive,(two negatives make a positive).If you multiply a negative and a positive the result willbe a negative,(different symbols will result in negative.============================So, if I can squeeze in here for a second and actually answer the question . . .To multiply a negative number by another negative number, throw away bothnegative signs, and proceed just as if both numbers were positive.
Positive x Positive =Positive Positive x Negative= Negative Negative x Positive= Negative Negative x Negative =Positive
For negatives, two negatives equal a positive & all goes for positive
always...whenever u multiply a negative with a negative it gives a positive other rules are: - * - = + -*+ = - +*+=+ -*-*-=- because - * - is positive multiplied by negative is negative
With an odd number of negative numbers included in the equation, the product is always negative; if there is an even number of negatives, it would be positive. This is because it takes two negatives to cancel each other out and make a positive, but with an odd amount, one is left uncancelled.
Only if you multiply or divide them.
No. Two negatives can't make a positive.
Adding two negative numbers will always be negative. Subtracting two negative numbers may be positive or negative. Dividing or multiplying two negative numbers will always be positive.No
A positive number times another positive number will give you a positive answer. If you multiply two negative numbers together, you will also have a positive answer. The only way to get a negative answer is if you multiply a positive by a negative.
No. It is more negative than either of the two negatives.