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It would be in the IV quadrant

No. The product of two opposite numbers is always negative. Negative x positive = negative and Positive x negative = negative

any two negative numbers multiplied together equals a positive number. any two positives numbers multiplied together equal positive numbers and any negative and positive numbers multiplied together equals a negative.negative, negative = positivenegative, positive = negativepositive, positive = positive

Positive and negative whole numbers and zero are integers. Zero is neither negative or positive.

Negative times negative equals positive. Positive times positive equals positive. Positive times negative equals negative. If you have more than two numbers, multiply the first two and then apply these rules to each successive number in turn.

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An ordered pair that has a negative x-coordinate and a positive y-coordinate would be plotted in the second quadrant (II). In this quadrant, the x-coordinate is negative and the y-coordinate is positive.

To,plota point, start at the origin and count along the x axis until you reach the x coordinate, count right for positive numbers, left for negative.

It is always positive, and not just for decimal numbers but for all numbers.

Negative number and positive numbers are all numbers. Negative numbers are just positive numbers multiplied by -1.

It would be in the IV quadrant

Negative because product of 47 negative numbers is negative and product of three positive number is Positive , so negative*positive = Negative.

Negative * positive = negative Positive * positive = positive Negative * negative = positive

(The product of 33 negative numbers) x (2 positive numbers) = (negative sign) x (positive sign) = negative sign

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Positive x Positive =Positive Positive x Negative= Negative Negative x Positive= Negative Negative x Negative =Positive

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