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The Integers Multiplication Algorithm

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Elementary Facts Playing the MathGym-1D game you have seen three important facts: The product of two positive numbers is positive. Thus the product of any number of positive numbers is positive. The product of a positive and negative number is negative. The product of two negative numbers is positive.

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Now think about multiplying an even number of negative numbers together. We can multiply them two at a time to produce half as many positive numbers, whos product must be positive! Elementary Facts

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Now think about multiplying an even number of negative numbers together. We can multiply them two at a time to produce half as many positive numbers, whos product must be positive! Elementary Facts

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Now think about multiplying an even number of negative numbers together. We can multiply them two at a time to produce half as many positive numbers, whos product must be positive! Elementary Facts

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Now think about multiplying an odd number of negative numbers together. If we remove one negative number, the remaining even product must be positive! Multiply this number by the one we took out we get a negative product!

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Elementary Facts Now think about multiplying an odd number of negative numbers together. If we remove the first number, the remaining even product must be positive! Multiply this number by the one we took out we get a negative product!

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Now think about multiplying an odd number of negative numbers together. If we remove the first number, the remaining even product must be positive! Multiply this number by the negative one we took out we get a negative product! Elementary Facts

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Now think about multiplying an odd number of negative numbers together. If we remove one negative number, the remaining even product must be positive! Multiply this number by the negative one we took out we get a negative product!

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Theorem The product of an even number of negative numbers is positive. The product of an odd number of negative numbers is negative If you think about it, a more general rule is clearly true:

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1.The direction (sign) is given by whether the number of negative numbers is even or odd. If negative, write the negative sign down. 2.You get the magnitude by multiplying the absolute values of the numbers together (Just ignore the negative signs and multiply.) Write the product down. Computing the Product of Signed Numbers

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1. Determine the sign and write it down if it is negative.

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2. Determine the magnitude and write it down.

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1. Determine the sign and write it down if it is negative.

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2. Determine the magnitude and write it down.

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1. Determine the sign and write it down if it is negative.

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2. Determine the magnitude and write it down.

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1. Determine the sign and write it down if it is negative.

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2. Determine the magnitude and write it down.

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1. Determine the sign and write it down if it is negative. 47 is odd!

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2. Determine the magnitude and write it down. The product of ones is 1.

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1. Determine the sign and write it down if it is negative. 6 is even!

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2. Determine the magnitude and write it down. The product of 6 twos

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1. Determine the sign and write it down if it is negative. There are 3 negatives!

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2. Determine the magnitude and write it down. 2 times 5 is 10, times 10 is 100; and 3 times 3 is 9. Be smart. Think first and then act!!

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1. Determine the sign and write it down if it is negative. 3 + 4 = 7 negative factors!

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2. Determine the magnitude and write it down. Ignore the 1. The product of 4 twos is 16 !

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