# Suppose p and q are nonzero integers with different signs. Is the product p(-q) positive or negative? Explain. Question
Probability Suppose p and q are nonzero integers with different signs. Is the product p(-q) positive or negative? Explain. 2021-02-12
Notice that - q has a different sign than q. This means that p and -q have the same sign, so p(-q) must be positive.

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