The numbers are zero and 5. Their product is zero.
No. The product of two negative numbers is positive.
Anything times zero is zero.
If zero is counted as a whole number, then the first three whole numbers are zero, one and two and the product of ANY series containing zero is ZERO. If, on the other hand, only non-zero numbers are considered, then the series is one, two and three and the product is six.
If one is zero, then the product is always zero.(Think about it ... you take 279 zero times. How much do you have ?)
No. Their product is always greater than 0.
A non-zero whole number.
Zero and 15.
If one or both numbers are zero, then the answer is zero;if the two numbers have the same sign, then the answer is positive;if the two numbers have different signs, then the answer is negative.Incidentally, this is true of all real numbers, not just rationals.
Whenever you multiply two negative real numbers.