Can anyone think of a real life example of multiplying or dividing negatives?
Alright, I'll help you get started.
Anything in life that is "losing" value, going "down", or "below" could be a negative. Words like "per", "each" or "every" could mean multiply. And words like "average" or "split into" could could mean division.
Example: A company loses $50,000 every year for 3 years.
-50,000 x 3
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A real life example of when you would divide or multiply negatives is when you are doing your taxes or bills.
Great example. As a former tax accountant I used to use integer multiplication to calculate how much money customers get back in taxes!
And every adult knows about paying bills. How will your bank account change if you pay $300 a month for a car for 60 months?
-300 x 60 = ?
My bank account will change if I pay three hundred dollars a month for a car for sixty months. -300 x 60 = - 18,000
No, I can`t think of any examples, but the examples helped a lot. Thx.
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One real life example is when your going shopping and you need to now the prices in all
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I really love using the triangle method because its a fast and easy to learn and or remember
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I get it
Now I really understand which one will be positive or negative. Great video.
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