A negative divided by a positive is negative. A negative divided by a negative is positive. A positive divided by a positive is positive. A positive divided by a negative is negative.

It equals to a positive.Positive divided Negative=NegativeNegative divided Negative =Positive

The quotient of two positive integers will be positive. A positive divided by a positive is positive. A positive divided by a negative is negative. A negative divided by a positive is negative. A negative divided by a negative is positive.

negative times negative is positive negative divided by a negative is a postive negative times a positive is a negative negative divided by a positive is a negative

A negative divided by a positive is a negative.

a negative x a negative= a positive, a positive x a positive= a positive, a negative x a positive= a negative, and a positive x a negative= a negative. Same thing with division. a negative divided by a negative= a positive, a positive divided by a positive= a positive, a negative divided by a positive= a negative, and a positive divided by a negative is a negative. U see?

A Negative times or divided by a Positive equals a Negative A Negative times or divided by a Negative gives a Positive A Positive times or divided by a Negative gives a Negative A Positive times or Divided by a Positive gives a Positive Zero is neither Positive or Negative so anything times Zero is not Positive or Negative.

a negative divided or multiplied by a negative is a positive a negative and a positive multiplied or divided by each other is a negative a negative divided or multiplied by a negative is a positive a negative and a positive multiplied or divided by each other is a negative

-6 Yes the answer would be -6. But in order to get that answer you must know this: positive divided by a positive = positive positive divided by a negative = a negative negative divided by a positive = a negative negative divided by a negative = positive (also note: it's the same formula for multiplying)

If a negative is divided by a positive, the resulting quotient will be negative. If a negative is divided by another negative, the quotient would be positive.

A positive divided by a negative is a negative number.

First, do the division--18%9=2. Then, look at the signs. A negative divided by a positive is a negative. A positive divided by a negative is a negative. A positive divided by a positive is a positive. A negative divided by a negative. So, -18%9 is -2. Good luck!

Yes. Negative/negative = positive Postive/Positive = positive Negative/Positive - negative

A negative divided by a negative is a positive.

A negative divided by a positive is negative. An example is -2/6= -3

A negative divided by a positive is a negative.

There is no such thing as a positive or a negative zero. A negative divided by a positive is a negative, and a positive divided by a negative is a negative. If you have a negative and a positive, the answer will be a negative. But if you have two negatives or two positives as the dividend and divisor, the answer will be a positive. In other words, dividing two positives or two negatives will always give you a positive. But dividing a positive and a negative will always give you a negative.

The rules for division are the same as for multiplication. Positive multiplied (or divided) by negative is negative.

Yes a negative divided by a positive is a negative! :)

Negative divided by a negative is always a positive.

Rules When Dividing Positive and Negative Numbers:Rule 1: A positive number divided by a negative number gives you a negative number.Rule 2: A negative Number divided by a negative number gives you a positive numberRule 3: A positive number divided by a positive number gives you a positive number.

Yes, the only time a quotient is negative is when a negative and a positive number are divided.

A negative number divided by a positive number equals a negative result.

A negative number divided by a positive number results in another negative number.

A negative divided or multiplied by a negative is always positive. Just like how in English, a double-negative is positive.

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