always a positive
You divide the negative number by a positive number for it to stay positive. And you divide the negative number by a negative number for it to become positive.
Divide as you would divide positive fractions. That is, convert both fractions to positive, then do the division. After that, apply the rules for dividing positive and negative numbers. For example, if one of the fractions is positive and the other negative, the answer will be negative.
You will end up with a positive number. With integers, if you multiply or divide an even amount of negative numbers, the answer will be positive and if you multiply or divide an odd amount, the answer will be negative.
When you divide or multiply positive and negative numbers, you first do the division or multiplication as normal. The next step is to assess whether or not the answer will be negative or positive. If the two numbers of the question were the same (negative and negative or positive and positive) then the answer will be positive. If the two numbers in the question were different (one negative and one positive) then the answer will be negative. Thus, if you divide a negative number by a positive number, the result will be the same as normal division, but the answer will be negative.
It will be negative.
Yes, if you divide a positive number by a negative number the result will be a negative number
The answer will be positive.
You just divide like you would divide any other decimal, and then... Positive and Positive = Positive Negative and Negative = Positive Positive and Negative = Negative I hope my answer helped! :)
You divide the equivalent positive numbers. Then you add a negative sign to the result.
You do. The result will be negative.
If you divide a positive number (it doesn't really matter if it is an integer or a fraction) by a negative number, the result is negative.
a negative divided by a negative is a positive
Positive 20 divide by negative 4= negative 5 A positive divide by a negative will always be a negative. Then just do the sum.
Actually it does, whenever you mulitply and divide two negative and two positive numbers they always equal a positive number. When you multiply and divide a negative and positive they always equal a negative number.
The same way that you divide two positive numbers. Just remember at the end that the result is negative.
The quotient is what you get when you divide two numbers. If both numbers are positive, the quotient will be positive. If both numbers are negative, the quotient will be positive. If one number is positive and one number is negative, their quotient will be negative.
Dividing a negative number by a positive number results in a negative answer.
It makes a positive, since the two negative signs cancel each other out.
Negative. Example: 3/-3= -1
a negative number