Hi, I need some urgent help on how come the product of an integer multiplied by itself can never be negative?. I’ve searched through various websites for topics like percentages and converting fractions but none could help me solve my doubt relating to how come the product of an integer multiplied by itself can never be negative?. I have a test in a couple now and if I don’t start working on my problem then I might just fail my exam . I called a few of my peers, but they seem to be in the same situation. So guys, please guide me.

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