It’s easy to multiply or divide positive and negative integers. First of all, they share the same rules. So, just remember these and you’ll succeed every time. To begin with, you won’t be changing any operations with these, if the problem says multiply you’ll do just that. The same goes for division. So, really the only thing you need to remember is to choose the appropriate sign for your result. If you’re multiplying or dividing two integers with the same sign either (they’re both positive or they’re both negative) the result will always be positive. That’s right, two negative integers make a positive result. The opposite is true for adding integers, so be careful! You may be wondering how you get a negative result when multiplying or dividing integers. This is simple; when the integers of a problem have two different sign (one positive and one negative in any order) the result will always be negative. Thus, -5 x 6 = -30.