One-third is one divided by three. One-third lies between 0 and 1 on the number-line Similarly.... Negative one-third is negative one divided by three. It lies between -1 and 0 on the number-line. So no, -1 and -1/3 are not equal.
negative 12 i guess
Multiplying a quantity by negative one just changes the sign of the quantity. Multiplying a positive one third by negative one makes it negative one third. -1/3
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Negative one times any number is equal to the opposite of that number.Negative one times negative one is positive one. -from wikipedia
negative two thirds = -2/3
It is -2/9
negative 2 and two thirds
Negative one third or -0.333
-2 times 6 = -12 is one example
negative one third
Absolute value of negative one and one-third is positive one and one-third.
It is one and one tenth.
1/3 * (-3) = -1
one hundred twenty-eight