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  1. anonymous
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    Both numbers can either be positive or both can be negative

  2. anonymous
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    Therefore it could be +2 and +5 or -2 and -5

  3. anonymous
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    i edited the question

  4. Hero
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    What if both numbers are negative? Would the product of two negative numbers yield a positive result ?

  5. anonymous
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    but both of those are on there?

  6. anonymous
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    Yes it would @Hero

  7. Hero
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    So is the give statement true or false?

  8. anonymous
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    false

  9. Hero
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    Correct. I don't know What the Instructions are for this problem

  10. anonymous
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    thats all they ask so what would the answer be?lololol

  11. anonymous
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    so what should i do?

  12. anonymous
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    wait i get it its D, because that is neg times neg is pos, and that is disproving what they said

  13. Hero
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    Sounds legit

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