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a positive

a negative times a negative also equals a positive

Q: What does a positive times a postive equal?

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Yes, a positive plus a positive and a positive times a positive both equal a positive.

That is part of the basic rules of Math: A: Multiply a Negative and a Negative will result in a Postive. B. Multiply a Negative and a Postive will result in a Negative. BTW, unlike English grammar, rules of Math are true at all times.

-10 x -5 = +50A negative times a negative will always equal a positive number.A negative times a positive will always equal a negative number.A positive times a positive will always equal a positive number.- x - = +- x + = -+ x + = +

no. it is still negative.

Yes. Same for positive times a positive (Obviously). If the signs are the same, it is positive. So, a positive times a negative is negative.

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Positive times negative equals negative.

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In addition, it depends on which is larger. In multiplication, a negative times a positive is alway negative.

the difference between a postive and a postive number is a postive or a negative.

negative times negative is positive negative divided by a negative is a postive negative times a positive is a negative negative divided by a positive is a negative

negative/positive is equal to a negative think of it like this positive times negative is negative...right? so negative divided by positive is negative or make an example: -20/5 is -4 not 4 good luck...

easily as O positive is an universal donor.

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Yes, a positive plus a positive and a positive times a positive both equal a positive.

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