HarveyKlaus wrote:
Quantity A |
Quantity B |
Product of odd integers from -5 to 13 inclusive. |
Product of even integers from -12 to 6 inclusive. |
Quantity A:
(-5)(-3)(-1)(1)(3)(5)(7)(9)(11)(13)Quantity B: (-12)(-10)(-8)(-6)(-4)(-2)(
0)(2)(4)(6)
In Quantity A, we have
3 negative integers. So, the product of these values will be
NEGATIVEConversely, in Quantity A, the
positive integers will have a product that is
POSITIVEIn Quantity B, one of the values is ZERO, which means the product = 0
We now have:
Quantity A:
(some negative number)(some positive number)Quantity B: 0
So, we get:
Quantity A: some negative number
Quantity B: 0
Answer:
Cheers,
Brent
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