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Well a negative times a negative equals a positive while as a positive times a positive equals a positive.

No it equals negative. (-)+(+)=(-)

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a positive

A negative times a positive is always a negative.

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positive plus positive equals positive negative plus negative equals negative

Well a negative times a negative equals a positive while as a positive times a positive equals a positive.

It is a negative. Always remember this: -A positive times a positive equals a negative -A negative times a negative equals a positive -A negative times a positive equals a negative *This works ONLY for addition and multiplication I hope this info helped you! :)

Negative times positive equals negative

A positive times a positive equals a positive, a negative times a negative equals a positive, a negative times a positive equals a negative(vice versa for the last one)

Positive(+) times a Positive(+) equals a positive(+). i.e. 8x3=24 Negative(-) times a Negative(-) equals a positive(+). i.e. -3x(-5)=15 Positive(+) times Negative(-) equals a negative(-). i.e. 8x(-8)= -64 Negative(-) times a Positive(+) equals a negative(-). i.e. -15x4= -60

because positive positive equals negative. negative negative equals positive.

No it equals negative. (-)+(+)=(-)

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