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-10 x -5 = +50

A 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 + = +

Q: What is negative 10 times negative 5?

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negative times a negative is positive. (- x - = +) Ex., -2 X -5 = 10

5-(-5) is the same as 5+5 which means it equals to 10ex:5-(-5) = 10 remember, a negative times a negative is a positive5+5 = 10 (same answer as above)

0.00005360985 or 5.360985 x 10-5

The equation should look like this: +5 (-2) = -10

Negative 2. 5 * -2, multiply the two zero values you get 10. Because there is one negative, our answer will be negative. -10/2, again, divide the zero values, you get 2. Add the negative sign, and BAM-- -2

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negative times a negative is positive. (- x - = +) Ex., -2 X -5 = 10

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No, a negative x a negative = a positive. (-5) x (-2) = 10

5-(-5) is the same as 5+5 which means it equals to 10ex:5-(-5) = 10 remember, a negative times a negative is a positive5+5 = 10 (same answer as above)

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