## Find the product using the number line. 3(-6) = A number line going from negative 7 to positive 3. An arrow goes from negative 6 to negati

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Find the product using the number line. 3(-6) = A number line going from negative 7 to positive 3. An arrow goes from negative 6 to negative 4, from negative 4 to negative 2, and from negative 2 to 0. What error(s) are shown here? Check all that apply. The arrows should be a length of 2. The arrows should be a length of 6. The arrows should be pointing in the positive direction. The arrows should start at zero. The arrows should point in the negative direction.

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Answer:B – The arrows should be length of 6.

D – The arrows should start at zero.

E – The arrows should point in the negative direction

Step-by-stepsince it is asking us to find the product you will have to start at negative 6 and then you are going to jump 3 spaces 3(-6)Answer:B D and E

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