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For example, -2 x -2 = 4. Two positive numbers multiplied together are also positive, as is a positive number divided by a positive number. A positive number multiplied by a negative number is always negative. For instance, -2 x 2 = -4. Negative numbers divided by positive numbers and positive numbers divided by negative numbers are always ...

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In the most simple and not-heavily-syntactical explanation, dividing a by b (as in a / b), where a is negative and b is also negative, would result in a positive number. This is because performing a multiplication or a division where one of two non-zero variables is a negative number quite literally 'negates' the other variable - this can be seen in -2 / 10 = -0.2, and 10 * -2 = -20.

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Actually it does, whenever you mulitply and divide two negative and two positive numbers they always equal a positive number. When you multiply and divide a negative and positive they always equal ...

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A dur negative 1 ,0 does nothing when dividing. Go. ... Multiply both by -1, (therefore not changing the result) and the calculation now equals a negative divided by a positive, which is negative. ...

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Rule 3: A negative number divided by a negative number gives you a positive number. Example 3: This is also new—and doesn’t seem to make much sense, but it is a rule we have to follow when dividing negative numbers. So, for example, we may have the problem -12/-4.

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And, the answer is still -4, when 8 is divided by -2. Rule 3: a negative number divided by a negative number equals a positive number. Two negatives make a positive, so a negative number divided by a negative number equals a positive number. For example, -8 / -2 = 4. Here are the rules to remember when dividing negative and positive numbers:

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When you have finished this page, try the Division of Positive and Negative Numbers Quiz. Dividing positive and negative numbers have some special rules. - divided by - is a positive - divided by + is a negative + divided by - is a negative + divided by + is a positive. When two positive numbers are divided, the answer is a positive number 15/3 = 5

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Always positive. Imagine -10 divded by -5 You are asking how many negative 5s go into a negative 10 , the answer is 2 of them. 2 x -5 = -10 as you can see, a positive number times a negative number is always a negative number. so if B and C are negative, A must always be positive:

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Rule 2: A positive number divided by a negative number gives you a negative number. Example 2: This is new – for example, you might have 12/-3. The 12 is positive, but the 3 is negative, so our answer has to be negative. Thus, we divide the numbers as we normally would, and then put a negative sign in front of our answer. So, 12/-3 = -4.

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What does a negative divided by a negative equal? Why does a negative number multiplied with another negative number give a positive number as a product? What happens when you divide 2 negatives? Why negative multiplied by negative is a positive? James Semper, Math Minor.