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  1. anonymous
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    @Hotchellerae21

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    Im so lazy to do this but i am ..... ill have you check my answer

  4. anonymous
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    what are your answers ?

  5. anonymous
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    Really you would just start off on each two multiples at a time. Like (-1.3) and (16), then keep going. What are the answers that you got?

  6. anonymous
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    1 is + 2 is - 3 is - 4 is +

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    O_O um thanks xD

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    @BB_Jay561 can you show how you got the answer?

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    When people come in and ruin answers

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    xD ^

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    @Zedditup IKR

  12. texaschic101
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    you do not have to do any math....just remember your sign rules when multiplying/dividing

  13. anonymous
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    Yes ^

  14. anonymous
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    negative times a negative is a positive so if there are an even number of negative # it is positive if there is an odd # then it is a negative

  15. texaschic101
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    same signs means results in positive.....different signs results in negatives

  16. anonymous
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    Thank you everyone

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