How do i multiply integers with different signs?
Just multiply without the sign. Then add a minus sign to the result.
divide them or multiply then put a negative because to different signs make a negative to of the same signs make a positive
You multiply or divide integers just as you do whole numbers, except you must keep track of the signs. To multiply or divide signed integers, always multiply or divide the absolute values and use these rules to determine the sign of the answer. When you multiply two integers with the same signs, the result is always positive. Just multiply the absolute values and make the answer positive. Positive x positive = positive Negative x negative… Read More
If the two signs are the same it is positive but if they are both different itis negative
Multiply two integers disregarding the signs. Then if the signs are the same, the answer is positive and if the signs are different, the answer is negative. Alternatively, if you are multiplying together a whole bunch of numbers, first find the product while ignoring the signs. Then count all the negative numbers. If the count is even, the answer is positive and if it is odd, the answer is negative.
The value of the quotient of two integers with different signs is the same as if the signs were the same. Because the numbers have different signs, the quotient is negative.
The product of two positive integers or two negative integers is positive. The product of a positive integer and a negative integer is negative. The quotient of two positive integers or two negative integers is positive. The quotient of a positive integer and a negative integer is negative. You multiply or divide integers just as you do whole numbers, except you must keep track of the signs. To multiply or divide signed integers, always multiply… Read More
It is IF the integers have different signs.
To multiply two integers with different signs, multiply them together as though both were positive and then make the result negative. Examples: -2 x 5 → 2 x 5 = 10, made negative → -10 ⇒ -2 x 5 = -10 3 x -4 → 3 x 4 = 12, made negative → -12 ⇒ 3 x -4 = -12 To multiply two integers of the same sign together, ignore the sings and just multiply… Read More
for integers with tow different signs, it will always be negative in multiplying and division. for adding and subtracting, the sign is for the bigger number.
When you multiply or divide two integers how can you determine whether the answere will be a positive or negative?
If the two numbers that are being multiplied or divided have the SAME sign, the answer is positive, if they have DIFFERENT signs, the answer will be negative.
If you're adding a positive amount, keep the + sign; if you're adding a negative amount, multiply the + and - signs to convert it into a subtraction. Example: 4 + (-5) = 4 (+*-) 5 = 4 - 5 = -1
-- write the difference between the integers without regard to their signs -- give the difference the same sign as the larger of the two integers
Positive x Positive = Positive Negative x Negative = Positive Positive x Negative = Negative Basically if the signs are the same, the answer will always be positive, and if the signs are different the answer will be negative. Hope this helps.
-- If the two integers have the same sign, their quotient is positive. -- If the two integers have different signs, their quotient is negative.
- Always, if the two integers are both positive. - Sometimes, if the two integers have different signs. - Never, if the two integers are both negative.
multiplying: you multiply like normal then if the integers are the same you get positive, if they are different, you get negative; Ex) -5x-2=+10; -5x+2=-10
If the signs (positive/negative) are the same, the answer is going to be positive. If the signs are different, the answer going to be negative.
Adding two numbers with different signs means subtracting the two absolute integers (without sign) and vice versa.
1 and -26 is one possible answer.
Their quotient is positive if the integers have the same sign; negative if the integers have different signs; zero if the dividend is zero (and the divisor is not).
Opposite integers have the same magnitudes, but different signs. Examples of an opposite integers: 10 and -10, -298 and 298.
signs are different.... Find the difference.... KEEP THE LARGER SIGN signs are the same... COMBINE AND KEEP THE SIGN
if both have the same sign the answer is positive, if they have different signs the answer is negative.
The result in such cases is always negative.
If the integers have the same sign, add the numbers (ignoring the signs*) together and then keep the sign. Examples: 4 + 5 = 9 -3 + -8 = -(3 + 8) = -11 If the integers have different signs, ignoring the signs* subtract the smaller from the larger and keep the sign of the larger. Examples: -3 + 10 → 10 - 3 = 7 5 + -11 → -(11 - 5) = -6… Read More
The (not th) definition (not defition) of opposite integers are integers that are equal in their [absolute] value but have different signs. So, for example, the opposite of +4 is -4, and the opposite of -5 is +5.
4 x -2= -8 if the signs are the same when you multiply or divide, it's positive. if the signs are different when you multiply or divide, it's negative.
Choose any integer. Let's call it "n". Then subtract 8 - n, to get the other integer. (For the two integers to have different signs, one of the integers must be greater than 8, the other will be negative.)
- 8/2 = - 4 ==== 8/ -2 = - 4 =====Works that way as different signs implies a negative integer must be involved. Have you teacher explain this on the number line.
The examples show that, to find the of two integers with unlike signs first find the absolute value of each integers.
Depends on how large each integer is. +1-2 or +2-1. Different signs depending on the size of the integers.
subract the number from the number, simple, at least that is what i found
"What is 3*(-5)" would be such a problem.
You find their difference. The answer has the sign of the number with the larger absolute value.
Just multiply 111 by different integers (whole numbers). 111, 222, 333 and so on.
When multiplying integers, multiplying by the same sign will always produce a positive integer. Such as a negative times a negative equals a positive. If the signs are different then the product will be a negative.
-- The product is an integer. -- If the original two integers are both positive, then the product is positive. -- If the original two integers have different signs, then the product is negative.
Divide them like normal (if they're positive). If the signs are the same, it's positive. If the signs are different it's negative. This is because negative x negative = positive, and negative x positive = negative. So positive/negative = negative, negative/negative=positive, and negative/positive=positive.
When you add, subtract, or multiply integers, you get integers. When you divide one integer by another one, you may or may not get an integer.
It depends on the signs. Positive*Positive=Positive Negative*Negative=Positive Negative*Positive=Negative
You subtract the smaller from the larger and give the answer the sign of the number with the larger absolute value.
Multiplying and dividing integers is real easy. All you have to do is do regular dividing and multiplying keeping in mind these simple rules: RULES: 1: When multiplying or dividing integers, when the numbers are a positive, positive they equal a positive. When the numbers are negative, negative they equal a positive. In other words, same signs equal positive. 2: This rule is very similar to the rule above. The only change is that when… Read More
Integers are simply "whole" numbers such as 0,1,2,3 and so forth (as opposed to 1.5 for instance). To multiply integers we either have to know our times tables or know how to make use of a computer. To know both is preferable. If, as an absolute minimum, you learn the times tables for all the 10 digits (up to and including times 9 for each one) then you will be able to multiply any two… Read More
if the signs are different then u put the larger sing down then u subtract if if the signs are the same then u put the same sign down then u add
Yes. The sign of the sum is the same as the sign of the larger interger integer.
To add two integers with unlike signs: -- Find the difference between their sizes, ignoring their signs. -- Give the difference the sign of the integer with the larger size.
First, learn to describe the problem more elegantly: It's " integers " . Next, perform the process in two steps: 1). Ignore the signs of the two integers, and just find their difference. 2). Write the difference with the same sign as the larger of the two integers, and that's the answer to the addition problem.
How do you find a sum of two integers when the signs of the integers are differentHow do you decide the sign of the sum?
-- Ignore the signs for a moment. -- Find the difference of the two integers. -- Give it the sign of whichever integer is the bigger number.
why is it important to know how to multiply
The magnitude of the answer is the same whatever the signs of the two numbers. If the two numbers have different signs, then the answer is negative. If they have the same sign, the answer is positive.