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Q: What multiplies to negative 72 but adds to positive 6?

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-12*-3 creates positive 36 (because of double negative) Multiply 36 by 2 and you get 72. The answer is positive 72.

Factor trees create prime numbers. Prime numbers are positive. Since the prime factors of negative 72 are the same as positive 72, you might as well do positive 72. 72 36,2 18,2,2 9,2,2,2 3,3,2,2,2

A negative and a positive number will multiply to a negative number. Other than that, -9 and -8 will satisfy your conditions.

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{1, 53 and 72 lots of -1} ie 1*53*-1*-1*-1 ... *-1

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-9 x -8 = +72 negative x negative = positive

How about: 8*9 = 72 as one example

well a positive times a negative equals a negative so if the problem was -8 times 9 it would equal -72

72 x 72 = 5,184

24, 48, 72 and so on.

There is not enough information available to answer this question. The result of 72 divided by c will be an error if c is zero (0), a positive number if c is positive, and a negative number if c is negative.

-6 x 12 = -72

-72/-9 = 8 In maths a negative number divided by a negative number the result is a positive number.

-14 = -2 x -72 negatives multiplied together make a what? (hint - it is not a negative. Negative multiplied by positive gives a negative.)

1x72 2x36 3x24 4x18 6x12 8x9

Can't be done as -72 is negative, and there are no negative primes to get you there!

-72. every time you divide or multiply negatives, two negatives = a positive. example: -8x-9= +72 -50 Divided by -5=10. if there is one negative and one positive, the answer is always negative. example: -8x5=-40 10 divided by -5=-2 ~denominatin

72, 144, and 216 is.