# If multiplying two negative = positive. why no multiplying two positive = negative ? exlpain If multiplying two negative = positive
why no multiplying two positive = negative ?

exlpain

1. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>turns 360 degrees and leaves

2. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

- times - = +
+ times + = *

3. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Because same positive opposite negative

4. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Because math is made up and doesn't make sense ever. It's a juice scam

5. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

HIV+ * HIV+ = HIV+
HIV+ * HIV- = HIV+
HIV- * HIV+ = HIV+
HIV- * HIV- = HIV-
how do we fix math? The schizos have ruined it and they no longer believe proper cross products

6. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

+2 * +3 = 0 plus +2 plus +2 plus +2 = +6
-2 * +3 = 0 plus -2 plus -2 plus -2 = -6
+2 * -3 = 0 minus +2 minus +2 minus +2 = -6
-2 * -3 = 0 minus -2 minus -2 minus -2 = +6

if you add debt, you get negative outhome
if you lose debt you get positive outcome

>uh, source?

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

+ * + = +
- * - = +
+ * - = -
- * + = -

source: basic logic

Not related to the question

The negative is a change in direction.
Negating a negative makes a positive

But how does positive dont have such property ?
I could give a rant but i give it short
>Negating a Negative
How about if you do it twice like*-2 x --2" that could/should also be considered double negative (because you did it twice) and different than *-2 x -1" where you negate only once

7. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

if 2 * 2 = 4
why no 4 * 4 = 2
elxpain

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Thats just too easy to explain

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Lol, the response this thread deserves

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

That was the most retarded answer so far

See multiplying by a negative number as someone turning around 180 degrees. If you multiply two negative numbers, it is equivalent to turning around two times so you face the same direction again, so it gives a positive number. If you multiply two positive numbers, it's equivalent to not turning two times so you're facing the same direction again, so it also gives a positive number.
idk if it's clear lol I juste tried to give an explanation

>Turn around, turn around again. Omg I'm facing forward
>Don't turn around, don't turn around again. Omg I'm facing forward

If you face positive, turn around 180 twice you face positive
If you face negative, turn around -180 twice you face negative

Negative is inverse and positive is not.

Why

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>If you face negative, turn around -180 twice you face negative
That's 3 turns you retard

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

based, then take positive to mean the same thing and you end up with negative

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Lol, positive is a 0 degree turn doofus.

Decent bait, but it is getting a bit tedious.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>le positive is default
Another avoidance

8. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Negative of a negative is positive.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

And the question is why positive of a positive is not negative

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

Negative is inverse and positive is not.

• 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

>Turn around, turn around again. Omg I'm facing forward
>Don't turn around, don't turn around again. Omg I'm facing forward

9. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

See multiplying by a negative number as someone turning around 180 degrees. If you multiply two negative numbers, it is equivalent to turning around two times so you face the same direction again, so it gives a positive number. If you multiply two positive numbers, it's equivalent to not turning two times so you're facing the same direction again, so it also gives a positive number.
idk if it's clear lol I juste tried to give an explanation

10. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

+ * + = +
- * - = +
+ * - = -
- * + = -

source: basic logic

11. 2 weeks ago
Anonymous

The negative is a change in direction.
Negating a negative makes a positive