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The logarithmic function is not defined for zero or negative numbers.

Logarithms are the inverse of the exponential function for a positive base. Any exponent of a positive base must be positive. So the range of any exponential function is the positive real line. Consequently the domain of the the inverse function - the logarithm - is the positive real line. That is, logarithms are not defined for zero or negative numbers.

(Wait until you get to complex analysis, though!)

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The product of three negative numbers is negative.

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

No, it is measured in positive numbers but it can be represented by negative numbers.

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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

No. Whole numbers are counting numbers and zero.

The product of three negative numbers is negative.

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It belongs to the set of negative rational numbers, negative real numbers, fractionall numbers, rational numbers, real numbers.

No, not all negative numbers are rational. There are many negative numbers that are irrational, just like the positive numbers.

Rational numbers can be negative or positive.