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If you are multiplying a negative number times a negative number, you multiply regularly but the answer in negative. If you are multipling 2 negatives, you multiply it regularly, again, but the answer is positive, and if u multiply 2 positives, obviously its a positive.

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0When you multiply 2 negative numbers the answer will be positive, ALWAYS

multiply the numbers together and the sign is positive , as a negative times a negative is a positive

Yes, the product of three negative numbers is always a negative number.

=when you multiply negative integers the answer is going to be negative because n-multiply by n- equals n+ but when yu multiply n+ by n- it equals n- so you basicly multiply the numbers and the answer would be ah negative.==when you multiply negative integers the answer is going to be negative because n-multiply by n- equals n+ but when yu multiply n+ by n- it equals n- so you basicly multiply the numbers and the answer would be ah negative.=

When multiplying two negative numbers you multiply as you would with regular positive numbers the product will ALWAYS be positive. Example: -3 x -3 = 9

There are no two real numbers that do, but the complex numbers (2 + i) and (2 - i) will.If you want two numbers that multiply to negative 5 and add to positive 4 then: -1 and 5If you want two numbers that multiply to negative 5 and add to negative 4 then: 1 and -5

Multiply the numbers ignoring the signs and then add a negative sign.

If you multiply a negative number with a positive number, the result will be negative. If you multiply two negatives, the result will be positive.

Positive x Positive =Positive Positive x Negative= Negative Negative x Positive= Negative Negative x Negative =Positive

You multiply them like two normal numbers and the negative sign cancels them both out.

You multiply the numbers just like you would normally except that the product will have a negative sign. Example: -6 X 5 = -30. When you multiply a negative number and a positive number, the product will always be negative. Multiplying two positive numbers or two negative numbers will give you positive products.

There is no such number. :/

The numbers are 8 and -2.

No.When you multiply two negative numbers together, you do not get a negative number as the answer.

Multiply the number by its self and the answer will always be positive (negative times a negative is positive)

negative 3 and positive 4

If ever you have an odd number of negative numbers, the product will always be a negative number. So the answer to this question is negative.

The numbers are 6 and -18

This is because if you multiply two negative numbers you get positive.

No two real numbers do, but the two complex numbers (41/2 + i√199/2) and (41/2 - i√199/2) do.A slightly different question:The two numbers -5 and 14 multiply to negative 70 and add to 9The two numbers 5 and -14 multiply to negative 70 and add to negative 9

The numbers are: 13.88152731 and -2.88152731

The numbers are: -10 and -15

A negative times a positive is always a negative. The rest is the same: just multiply as if they are both positive numbers and then add the negative sign at the end.

there are no two numbers that add to zero and multiply to get 80. if they add to zero, one of them HAS to be negative and one HAS to be positive. and if one of them is negative and the other is positive, they will multiply to be a negative number, so they can't equal a positive 80.

Yes. When you multiply two negative numbers, the answer is positive.

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