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1 Multiplicación de números con diferente signo

Escribe el número que corresponde a los recuadros en cada literal.


a) (+2) × (+3) = +6 b) (+3) × (+3) = +9

(+2) × (+2) = +4 (+2) × (+3) = +6

(+2) × (+1) = +2 (+1) × (+3) = +3

(+2) × 0 = 0 0 × (+3) = 0

(+2) × (–1) = (–1) × (+3) =

(+2) × (–2) = (–2) × (+3) =

(+2) × (–3) = (–3) × (+3) =

a) (+2) × (+3) = +6 b) (+3) × (+3) = +9


–2 –3
(+2) × (+2) = +4 (+2) × (+3) = +6
–2 –3
(+2) × (+1) = +2 (+1) × (+3) = +3
–2 –3
(+2) × 0 = 0 0 × (+3) = 0
–2 –3
(+2) × (–1) = –2 (–1) × (+3) = –3
–2 –3
(+2) × (–2) = –4 (–2) × (+3) = –6
–2 –3
(+2) × (–3) = –6 (–3) × (+3) = –9

Para multiplicar dos números con diferentes signos se realizan los pasos siguientes:

1. Se escribe el signo (–).


2. Se coloca el producto de los valores absolutos de los números.

Por ejemplo:
a) (+2) × (–3) = –(2 × 3) b) (–2) × (+3) = –(2 × 3)
= –6 = –6

Realiza las siguientes multiplicaciones:

a) (‒6) × (+3) b) (–5) × (+2) c) (+7) × (–4)

d) (+10) × (–6) e) (+25) × (–2) f) (‒2.1) × (+2)

g) (+4.2) × (–4) h) –  12 × +  15 i) +  23 × –  57

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