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If you multiply two numbers, the result will be positive, if both factors are positive, or if both are negative. Multiplying a positive number by a negative number, or a negative number by a positive number, results in a negative result.

For addition, if you add two positive numbers, the result is positive. If you add two negative numbers, the result is negative. If you add a positive and a negative number, the result depends on which of the numbers has the greater absolute value. For example, if the positive number has the greater absolute value (distance from zero), the result will be positive.

If you multiply two numbers, the result will be positive, if both factors are positive, or if both are negative. Multiplying a positive number by a negative number, or a negative number by a positive number, results in a negative result.

For addition, if you add two positive numbers, the result is positive. If you add two negative numbers, the result is negative. If you add a positive and a negative number, the result depends on which of the numbers has the greater absolute value. For example, if the positive number has the greater absolute value (distance from zero), the result will be positive.

If you multiply two numbers, the result will be positive, if both factors are positive, or if both are negative. Multiplying a positive number by a negative number, or a negative number by a positive number, results in a negative result.

For addition, if you add two positive numbers, the result is positive. If you add two negative numbers, the result is negative. If you add a positive and a negative number, the result depends on which of the numbers has the greater absolute value. For example, if the positive number has the greater absolute value (distance from zero), the result will be positive.

If you multiply two numbers, the result will be positive, if both factors are positive, or if both are negative. Multiplying a positive number by a negative number, or a negative number by a positive number, results in a negative result.

For addition, if you add two positive numbers, the result is positive. If you add two negative numbers, the result is negative. If you add a positive and a negative number, the result depends on which of the numbers has the greater absolute value. For example, if the positive number has the greater absolute value (distance from zero), the result will be positive.

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0If you multiply two numbers, the result will be positive, if both factors are positive, or if both are negative. Multiplying a positive number by a negative number, or a negative number by a positive number, results in a negative result.

For addition, if you add two positive numbers, the result is positive. If you add two negative numbers, the result is negative. If you add a positive and a negative number, the result depends on which of the numbers has the greater absolute value. For example, if the positive number has the greater absolute value (distance from zero), the result will be positive.

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0multiplication,addition,subtration,dividing, you twit

+ : Addition x : Multiplication - : Subtraction / : Divide

Multiplication is an addition 'that' number of times. 3*3 = 9 3+3+3 = 9

Addition, sum would be multiplication.

The sign of multiplication is x or *

+ addition - subtraction* multiplication

in what ways are addition and multiplication alike

well, multiplication is related to additon because addition comes from multiplication because in bidmas multiplication comes first then addition that is the main term cause.

Multiplication by an integer is the same as repeated addition.

Rules of operators additon and multiplication (+) + (+) = + (+) + (-) OR (-)+(+)= sign of bigger number (-) + (-) = -(operation is addition but sign is -) (+) * (+) = + (-) * (-) = + (+) * (-) OR (-)*(+)= -

multiplication is repeated addition

Multiplication is repeated addition.

For addition, 0 and for multiplication, 1.

The multiplication sign on my keybord is * or ctrl 8

In multiplication/division the answer will always be negative and in addition/subtract the answerwill have the sign of the larger number

I suppose you wanted to ask: how to do multiplication with repeated addition. int mul (int a, int b) { int sum= 0; int sign= 1; if (b<0) { sign= -1; b= -b;} for (; b; --b) sum = sum + a; return sign*sum; }

A product is multiplication.

a multiplication form is repeated addition

The set of integers is closed with respect to multiplication and with respect to addition.

The multiplication sign is located on the same button as the number eight. You can get to the multiplication sign by pressing Shift and the number eight key.

Multiplication is repeated adding. Addition is a number with another number combined for a total.

To start with, the identity element of multiplication is 1, that of addition is 0.

The rule(s) depend on whether you are looking at multiplication/division, addition or subtraction.

the inverse of addition is subtraction and the inverse of multiplication is division. Of course, multiplication is just repeated addition so division is just repeated subtraction!

Explain the addition and multiplication properties of inequalities

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