2.Justin said, "When I multiply (+5) by a negative interger the product is less than (+5). If I multiply -5 by a negative integer, i I think the product should be less than (-5)."" Do you agree with him? Explain.

No I don't, see, if you multiply a positive with a negative, the product is always negative.

For example, (+5) X (-1) = (-5) , which is less than (+5)

While on the other hand, if you did (-5) X (-1) the product is (+5). This is because if you multiply a negative interger by a negative integer, you get a positive.

4.

a) (+ 2) X (+ 4) = (+ 8)

b) (+ 3) X (-5) = (-15)

b) + X - = -, (+6) X (-5) = (-30)

c) - X + = -, (-7) X (+5) = (-35)

d) - X - = +, (-8) X (-4) = (-32)

All you really got to do is multiply then figure out if it`s positive or negative.

I`ll do a video later (Probably not).

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