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Q: Why minus is multiplied with minus is positive?

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A minus plus a minus is not necessarily positive. A minus multiplied by a minus is. The reason being that the minus of a minus is a positive. It's a double negative.

a negative divided or multiplied by a negative is a positive a negative and a positive multiplied or divided by each other is a negative a negative divided or multiplied by a negative is a positive a negative and a positive multiplied or divided by each other is a negative

Negative times positive equals negative.

if 2 positive numbers are multiplied, then the product is positive. if 2 negative numbers are multiplied, the product is positive. if a positive and a negative number are multiplied, the product is negative.

two negatives multiplied by each other would create a positive, since the two negatives cancel out each other

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A minus by a minus by a positive gives a positive.

You cannot multiply "operations" together, that is meaningless. If you are referring to a positive number multiplied by a negative number, the result would be negative.

No, a negative multiplied by a negative is a positive, as is of course a positive multiplied by a positive. Only when a negative is multiplied by a positive is the answer negative.

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A positive.

- number multiplied by another - number equal a positive number. eg: -4x-4=16 where as 4x-4=-16

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