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Multyplying And Dividing Integers Rules

Multyplying And Dividing Integers Rules. Negative × negative = positive; Positive × negative = negative;

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How do you multiply a positive and negative integer? The only difference in division is that the quotient may not necessary be an integer. The rules of dividing integers are similar to the rules of multiplication.

The Product/Quotient Of Two Integers.

Let’s also take a look at the rules of division: Positive x positive = positive negative x negative = positive.</p> I use these rules within my 7th grade class.

If The Signs Are Different, Then The Answer Will Be Negative.

While multiplication is totaling of integers, division on the other hand is the distribution of integers. Keep the sign of the integer with the larger absolute value. This poster provides 3 methods on the rules for multiplying and dividing integers.

The Quotient Of Two Positive Integers Will Always Be Positive.

The quotient of a positive.

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