Exact same if there was no negative sign, the number is the number.
it can be if we put a - sign somewhere in the fraction.
A fraction that has a different sign to the first fraction.
i think you just add it and put the negative sign in front of it
Multiply the numbers ignoring the signs and then add a negative sign.
That's a good question, all you need to do is just put a negative sign before the fraction. So in this case, it would be 37 over 1 with negative sign before it.
There is no simple answer to the question.If only the numerator is negative then the fraction is a negative fraction which may be proper or improper. If the numerator and the denominator have the same sign then the fraction is positive. It is an improper fraction if they are both negative and a proper fraction if they are both positive.
Flip the fraction top-to-bottom, and delete the minus sign from the exponent.
The sum will take on the sign of whichever one is greater.
You convert the fraction do decimal exactly as you would a positive fraction. Then you stick a minus sign in front.
Yes: negative 41 over 1, 41 over negative 1 or you can write 41 over 1 and put the negative sign to the left of the fraction bar
-- Ignore the signs. -- Divide the first fraction by the second fraction, then decide whether the answer is positive or negative. -- If both numbers in a division have the same sign, then the quotient is positive. So the quotient is positive, and you're done.