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Using these integers:-1,+6,-8,+3,-2
a) Which integers have the greatest product? Show your work.

b) Which two integers have the least product? Show your work.

Please help I don't understand how to figure this out thank you

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    since positives are greater than negatives, greatest product will be positive, least will be negative

    both must be positive or negative to have a positive product

    a) 6*3 = 18

    must have opposite signs to have negative product

    b) 6 * -8 = -48

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