a negative integer is -1,-2,-3 and so on, but not -2.5 or 0
a positive integer is 1, 2, 3 and so on but not 7.2 or 0
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.
a negative integer
The smallest positive integer is 1. 1 is the multiplicative identity; ie anything times 1 is itself. The greatest negative integer is the most positive negative integer which is -1. Therefore the product of the greatest negative integer and the smallest positive integer is the greatest negative integer which is -1.
Zero is neither postive or negative .
It doesn't always. 3 - (-3) = 6
the difference between a postive and a postive number is a postive or a negative.
The quotient is negative.
A negative product
Neg- means negative as in postive iam postive im negative i deny
A negative number.
No, a negative plus a negative is a negative
The difference is that when you are multiplying a negative with a postive it would be negative. Lets say their both negative then it would be postive. Examples: - - = + - +=+ - - - = - - - - -= +