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Q: What is a minus number divided by a minus number?

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Anything divided by itself equals one.

"IT IS ALWAYS A ODD"

A negative number minus a positive number will always be a negative number.

Yes, since an integer is a number, which can be divided by 1 without remainder. So, negative numbers without fractional part still count as integers. The only exception is 0.

Twice a number minus two giving us the answer as eight is number 5.

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An even number can be divided by 2 evenly. An odd number will have a remainder of 1 when divided by 2. Even minus odd will be odd.

X divided by -Y is the same as -X divided by Y. Or - (X/Y)

The number should be 5.33333..... Because 5.33333....divided by 4 will be 1.333333.... and 5.333333.....minus 4 will also be 1.3333333......

A negative number divided by a positive number, or a positive number divided by a negative number, results in a negative number.

1 minus the smaller number divided by the larger number.

Zero. Zero divided by any number is zero.

A negative rational (also real) number.

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÷/÷ = +

X = 240

14, which is 15 minus 1.

4 divided by 9 minus 1 divided 12?