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Write the rules for determining the sign of the product when multiplying integers. Then, write the rules for determining the sign of the quotient when dividing integers. Use your own words and use complete sentences. Make sure you answer both questions presented in this problem.

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  1. product and quotient follow the same rules:
    same sign: positive
    different signs: negative

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