Things to remember part 2

Sayma Begum
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Sayma Begum
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Some parts to remember just in case you forget

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negative numbers Positive × negative = negative  Negative × negative = positive  positive × positive = positive E.g      5 × -7 = -35 E.g.    -4 × -4 = 16 E.g.      5 × 3 = 15

What is negative and positive? Negative is another way of saying take a way in maths language. As well that negative is also a whole number that is below zero. Many people prefer minus but others stick to negative. The main place you tend to find negative and also positive is normally when you see what the weather is, how much degrees and also on a thermometer ( a price of equipment which is used when not feeling well).

Positive - in maths language - a way of saying and  and and like negative you find it when using a specific piece of equipment or even something you use in everyday life.

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