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# State whether the statements are True or False.

When we multiply two integers their product is always greater than both the integers.

Answer :

False

Explanation:

For e.g.:

(-2)×3= (-6) where -6 is less than -2 and 3

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Replace the blank with an integer to make it a true statement:

(a) (-3) ×_____=27

(b) 5×____=-35

(c) _____×(-8)= -56

(d) ____×(-12)= 132

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