Yes because anything divided by a negative is negative.
No, 12/-4 = -3 A negative times negative is positive, so positive divided by negative is a negative.
To divide negative and positive numbers, first, look at the signs (= or -) If there is -__divided by -__, that will equal +___.So, same equal positive... and different equals negative.EX.-9 dvided by +3= -3 (different signs, negative answer)+9 divided by -3 = -3 (different signs, negative answer)+9 divided by +3= +3 (same signs, positive answer)-9 divided by -3= +3 (same signs, positive answer)Something that my teacher taught us to help us remember whether it would be positive or negative was the Love-Hate Theory.Love=PositiveHate=NegativeIf you have a positive number divided by a negative number, that would be Love and Hate, so if you love to hate, than that is basically hating, which is negative. Negative divided by a negative would be hate to hate, which is love, so positive. If you need more help, post something on my message board. Sara Mariepositive divided by a positive=positivepositive divided by negative=negativenegative divided by negative=positive (i know crazy isn't it!)
A negative divided by a positive is negative. An example is -2/6= -3
Always positive. For example, -3 divided by -1 = +3, because there are THREE lots of -1 in -3.
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.
No, a negative number times a negative number will equal a positive answer. e.g. -2 x-2 = 4 (a positive 4) e.g. -3 x -3 = 9 (positive)
Positive 4 -3 + 7= 4 Negative 3 plus positive 7 equals positive 4.
The answer is negative 3.
Negative one fifth (-1/5) divided by negative 3 is positive one fifteenth (1/15)
8 minus negative three or 8--3 equal positive 11. The double negative converts the minus sign into a plus sign and the negative into a positive.
-3 and 2/3