This is what I’m talking about under the section titled:

**Multiplication and Division:** http://www.leeric.lsu.edu/bgbb/7/ecep/math/e/e.htm
Where is says Quote:

*Multiply or divide any problems involving negative integers as usual. To decide if the final answer is negative or positive: *

If BOTH integers are positive, or BOTH integers are negative, the answer is positive.

If one integer is negative, the answer is negative.
I guess what I’m not getting there is, How can (-7) X (-2) = Positive 14?

Am I jumping ahead? That page is titled Algebra II, I haven't even had Algebra one yet.