No. Any number of positive factors will lead to a positive product.
If you are multiplying negative numbers, an odd number of factors will have a negative product. An even number of factors will have a positive product.
The product is also a whole number. If the (number of positive factors) minus the (number of negative factors) is zero or an even number, then the product is positive. Otherwise the product is negative.
The product will be positive in this case.
Yes. The product of an odd number (21, in this case) of negative factors will be negative; if the number of negative factors is even, the product will be positive.
If an even number of negative factors are multiplied together (such as 18 factors), the answer will be positive. If there are an odd number of negative factors, the answer will be negative.
Multiplying or dividing a positive and negative gives a negative result. Multiplying or dividing two negatives gives a positive result.
Every positive integer greater than 1 can be expressed as the product of a unique set of prime factors. The count of these factors is the prime factors number for the number.
The sign of the factors. These are the rules: * If there is a zero factor, the product is zero. * If there is an even number of negative factors (two, four, six, etc. odd factors), the product is positive. * If there is an odd number of negative factors (one, three, five, etc. odd factors), the productd is negative.
The product of the prime factors of a number is the number itself.