**Multiplication by zero**is possible, rules of mathematics

**multiplication by zero**is not forbidden. Any number,

**multiplication by zero**, will equal

**zero**. If a whole or fractional number

**multiplication by zero**,

**zero**will ensue.

We will consider the example of

**multiplication by zero**of integer. How many will it be, if

**2**(two) to multiplication by

**0**(zero)?

**2 х 0 = 0**

Decision: if

**2**(two) to multiplication by

**0**(zero),

**0**(zero) will turn out.

Example of

**multiplication by zero**of broken number. How many will it be, if

**0,25**(zero whole twenty five hundredth) to multiplication by

**0**(zero)?

**0,25 х 0 = 0**

Decision: if

**0,25**(zero whole twenty five hundredth) to multiplication by

**0**(zero),

**0**(zero) will turn out.

If to

**multiplication**a positive or negative number

**by zero**, zero will turn out. A number

**zero**does not have sign, therefore signs a plus or minus before

**zero**is not put. Examples of

**multiplication**of positive whole and fractional numbers are made a higher.

Example of multiplication by zero of negative number. How many will it be, if

**-2**(minus two) to multiplication by

**0**(zero)?

**-2 х 0 = 0**

Decision: if

**-2**(minus two) to multiplication by zero, there will be

**0**(zero).

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