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Multiplying Integers Worksheets




 

Objective: I know how to multiply integers


The product of two integers with like signs is positive.

(+2) × (+3) = +6
(–2) × (–3) = +6


The product of two integers with different signs is negative.

(+2) × (–3) = –6
(–2) × (+3) = –6


Refer to the lesson on multiplying integers for more information and examples.

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(-2) × (-5) × (-2) × (-4) =





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