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# Statement I: When a negative integer is multiplied by another negative integer, a positive integer is obtained. Statement II: When two opposite sign integers are multiplied, a negative integer is obtained.

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Only Statement I is correct.
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Only Statement II is correct.
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Both the statements are correct.
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None of the above.
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Solution

## The correct option is C Both the statements are correct.While multiplying integers if the signs are same, the product is a positive integer. For example, (−7)×(−4)=28 Whereas, if the signs are opposite, the product is a negative integer. For example, (−7)×(4)=−28

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