Q: Can depth be measured in negative numbers?

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The product of three negative numbers is negative.

They will be negative numbers as for example -5+(-7) = -12

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The integer that represents the depth of 100 feet it -100 because depth means negative and it also means below sea level so above sea level is positive and below sea level is negative so your answer will be negative 100.

Yes, the product of three negative numbers is always a negative number.

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The product of three negative numbers is negative.

They will be negative numbers as for example -5+(-7) = -12

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