Q: What is a negative multiplied by a negative?

A: A negative number multiplied by a negative number will result in a POSITIVE NUMBER.

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A negative number multiplied by a negative number will result in a POSITIVE NUMBER.

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what is 2 multiplied by -3 multiplied by -2

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2 multiplied by -3 multiplied by -2 is equal to twelve.

2 * (-3) * (-2) = 12

2 * (-3) * (-2) = 12

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what does a negative multiplied by a negative equal? **Weegy:** 5 times N= 35 so this is what you are doing: 5 x 7=35. **User:** why are u not helping me? **User:** u are not helping me. why? (More)

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