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1*(-5)

5*(-1)

Those are the only two whole number equations that equal (-5). If you are looking for more than just whole numbers any two numbers you can multiply to equal positive 5, if you make one value negative your product will become negative.

(i.e. 2*2.5=5 | (-2)*2.5=(-5))

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