Q: What is a negative times a postive?

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negative times negative is positive negative divided by a negative is a postive negative times a positive is a negative negative divided by a positive is a negative

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There shouldnt be a slope on your test.... There should be 2 straight lines which means postive. One straight line means negative.

(-4,-3) anything with a 180 degree rotation regardless of being postive or negative is always negative the numbers in parenthesis.

A negative times a negative equals a positive.

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a positive a negative times a negative also equals a positive

That is part of the basic rules of Math: A: Multiply a Negative and a Negative will result in a Postive. B. Multiply a Negative and a Postive will result in a Negative. BTW, unlike English grammar, rules of Math are true at all times.

negative times negative is positive negative divided by a negative is a postive negative times a positive is a negative negative divided by a positive is a negative

In addition, it depends on which is larger. In multiplication, a negative times a positive is alway negative.

the difference between a postive and a postive number is a postive or a negative.

Multiplying a positive number by a negative number gives a negative number. For example, 4 x (-2) = -8.

A negative product

The quotient is negative.

Neg- means negative as in postive iam postive im negative i deny

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No, a negative plus a negative is a negative