Drag and drop each expression into the box to correctly classify it as having a positive or negative productPlease help

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Following expressions will have negative product[tex](\frac{1}{2})(-\frac{1}{2})\ and\ (-\frac{1}{2})(\frac{1}{2})[/tex]Following expressions will have positive product[tex](-\frac{1}{2})(-\frac{1}{2})\ and\ (\frac{1}{2})(\frac{1}{2})[/tex]Further explanation:We will see at each expression one by oneFirst expression is:[tex](-\frac{1}{2})(\frac{1}{2})[/tex]In the given expression one term is positive and one term is negative. The product of negative and positive terms is negative.Second Expression is:[tex](-\frac{1}{2})(-\frac{1}{2})[/tex]Both terms are negative and the product of two negative terms is positive.Third Expression is:[tex](\frac{1}{2})(-\frac{1}{2})[/tex]The expression has one positive and one negative term so the product will be negativeFourth Expression is:[tex](\frac{1}{2})(\frac{1}{2})[/tex]Both terms are positive so the product will also be positiveKeywords: Product, ExpressionsLearn more about expressions at:brainly.com/question/10699220brainly.com/question/10703930#LearnwithBrainly