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Answered 2012-04-26 09:18:16

If the amount of negative integers being multiplied is even, the result will be positive. If it is odd (like 101), the product will be negative.


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The sum of the first positive odd integers less than 101 is 10,000.

there are 999 - 100 + 1 = 900 positive triple digit positive integers, between 100 and 999.(e.g. there are 102 - 100 + 1 = 3 triple digit integers between 100 and 102,namely 100, 101 and 102.)multiply that by 2 to take in consideration of the negative integers,you have 1800 triple digit integers.

a negative minus a positive is a negative ex: -12-13=-25 -9-2=-11 -100-1=-101

(7*100*101)/2 = 35,350 jpacs * * * * * What? How can there be 35,350 integers in the first 100 integers? There are 14 of them.

The only pair, with positive integers, is 1 and 101. But otherwise, there are infinitely many sets For example: 0.1*10*1*101 is one possibility

It is rational. Any integer is a rational number, since it can be written in the form (integer)/1.Negative 101 can be written as (-101)/(1) , (101)/(-1) , (-303)/(3) , (78,163)/(-763) ,or an infinite number of other ratios of integers.

To find the sum of the first 100 integers, you first add 1 plus 100 (the first and last numbers of the set) and get 101. Do the same with the next two integers, 2 and 99 and you'll get 101. Since you are adding two integers at a time and there are 100 integers between 1 and 100, you'll get 101, fifty times. Therefore, a shortcut would be to simply multiply 101 times 50 and get 5,050.

They're inverses. 101 is 10. 10-1 is 1/10

You need to have numbers that represent the idea of taking something away. If I pile up some dirt and consider the ground as level zero. Then the height of my hill is a positive number. If I dig a ditch, I must take dirt away. If the earth again is ground zero, the depth of my ditch can be given as a negative number. If my hill is 101 feet high, I use 101, but if it is 101 feet deep, I use -101. Other examples are owing money as a negative and earning as a positive. RAWR

50 and 51 To figure something like that out, subtract 1 and divide by 2 to get the smaller of the two. 101-1=100 100/2=50 Simple as that.

The sum of the integers between 101 and 300 inclusive is equal to ((101+300) x 200) / 2 = 40100.

The largest integer is 103 because 101+102+103 = 306

It is the same as -69+-32. Since both numbers are negative, add them. 69+32=101 Now add the negative sign and the answer is -101.

For example, for all numbers between 101-200: for (int i = 101; i

are integers that follow in sequence, each number being 1 more than the previous number, represented by n, n +1, n + 2, n + 3, ..., where n is any integer.* Integers are the so-called whole numbers: or the counting numbers, both positive and negative, and the number zero. Consecutive integers are any two or more integers that are in sequence. 1, 2 6, 7, 8, 9 -4, -3, -2 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106A consecutive integer is an integer that comes right before or after another integer.Example5,65 and 6 are consecutive integers.

The concept of successor in the definition of the set of integers.

The greatest common multiple of any set of integers is infinite.

The population of Synapse Product Development is 101.

337,subtracting a negative is the same as adding

The integers are 99, 100 and 101. There is also a set of consecutive even integers whose sum is 300. That set is 98, 100 and 102.

I recommend you read your question before posting it. You could want property, sum, common difference, product, mean, or something else. But here is no way of telling, is there?

A number to a negative power is equal to the reciprocal of the number to the positive power. So, 10-1 = 1/101 = 1/10 = 0.1

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