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If you multiply a positive number by a negative it always equals a negative number.

Depends what you mean by "and".

If they're added: never

If they're subtracted: sometimes

If they're multiplied or divided: always

Q: Does a negative and a negative equal a positive?

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no it equals a 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.

A negative times a negative equals a positive.

2 negatives equal a positive or if you multiply a negative by a positive it is larger negative if you multiply a negative and a negative it become positive because doing something negative times is getting bigger

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positive and a positive is a positive negative and a negative is a positive to answer your question: positive and a negative is a negative.

6 + (-1) positive and negative will equal negative. so it's 6-1 that would equal 5. positive and positive= positive positive negative= negative negative negative = positive negative positive= negative

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when you have a negative times a negative it will equal a positive but when you have a negative times a positive it will equal a negative no matter what!

No, it is a negative

Always positive.

No it equals negative. (-)+(+)=(-)

no. it is still negative.

It equals a negative.. (:

No. Negative and positive are actually opposites.

no it doesnt. two negative numbers equal a negative number. two postivie numbers equal a positive number. one negative and one positive number equal a negative number.