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yeah, we can multiply a negative number with a positive number .

just multiply it as you multiply any other number , but the sign will be negative in front of the product.


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2016-03-31T12:21:01+05:30
Yes we can multiply a positive integer with negative. First multiply the numbers given and then multiply the integer symbol. For example- -9(10) Here multiply9&10=90 Then multiply -and+=- Here in multiplication of integers there are 3formulas -×+=- -×-=+ +×+=+
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