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Q: What number divided -7 is equal -15?

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105 divided by 7 will equal 15.

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No, it is rational.

No, 12,299 can be divided by 7 to equal 1,757.

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This is just an arbitrary convention, based perhaps on the fact that each 'even' number can be divided into equal portions. The 'odd' numbers are not curious in any manner other than they can be only be divided into equal groups of 'odd' numbers. e.g. 15 may be divided into 5 groups of 3. BUT 7 cannot be divided into an equal number of groups.

Expressed as a mixed number, 15/7 is equal to 2 1/7 or two and one seventh.

The smallest number into which both 7 and 15 can be divided evenly is 105.

0 divided by any number is equal to 0.

Put the remainder over the number you originally divided by. 15 divided by 7 = 2, remainder 1 = 2 and 1/7

No. But 35 divided by 7 does.

That quotient would be an imaginary number. The actual number depends on exactly what imaginary number you divide the 7 by.

21 divided in to 3 equal parts = 7

Yes. It can be divided into -- 21 equal groups of 1 each -- 3 equal groups of 7 each -- 7 equal groups of 3 each

Yes, such as...93 divided by 3= 31, 21 divided by three is 7, and 45 divided by 15= 3

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