Question Video: Multiplying Signed Integers Mathematics • 7th Grade

−1 × −69 = _.


Video Transcript

Negative one times negative 69 equals blank.

We have to remember the rules for multiplying with negatives. When the signs are different, the answer is negative. When the signs are the same, the answer is positive. Here, we’re multiplying two negative values. The outcome will be positive. One times 69 equals 69. So negative one times negative 69 equals positive 69.

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