Q: What is 8 multiplied by negative 3?

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3 - (-5) + 8(-4) = 8 + (-32) = -24

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4 multiplied by -8 is -32.

No, a negative multiplied by a negative is a positive, as is of course a positive multiplied by a positive. Only when a negative is multiplied by a positive is the answer negative.

yes, a negative multiplied by a negative is just like multiplying a positive by a positive.

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3 * (-8) = - 3*8 = -24

3 - (-5) + 8(-4) = 8 + (-32) = -24

(2/8)*(-3) = -6/8 = -3/4 = -.75

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Negative 4 multiplied by 3 is equal to negative 12.

negative 1/3. so 24 * -1/3 = -8

-1/3 x 3/8 = -3/24 or simplify it to -1/8

-2 * 3/(-8) * (-5)/7There are three negatives being multiplied so the final sign is negative.- (2*3*5)/(8*7) = -15/28-2 * 3/(-8) * (-5)/7There are three negatives being multiplied so the final sign is negative.- (2*3*5)/(8*7) = -15/28-2 * 3/(-8) * (-5)/7There are three negatives being multiplied so the final sign is negative.- (2*3*5)/(8*7) = -15/28-2 * 3/(-8) * (-5)/7There are three negatives being multiplied so the final sign is negative.- (2*3*5)/(8*7) = -15/28

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4 multiplied by -8 is -32.

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