Q: Does 0 over -5 equals the same as -5?

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A+5=-5a+5 A=-5a+5-5 (bring one of the 5 over)(not necessary) A=-5a (if big and small letters are the same, A=a=0; if not, when A=35,a=-7)

-45 over 9 = -5 -5 plus 5 = 0 QED -45 over (9 plus 5) is a different matter and = -3.2143.

I would think -5 plus 5 equals 0.

f(x) = (3x - 4)/5 f(0) = [3(0) - 4]/5 = -4/5

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0 divided by 5 equals 0. 5 divided by 0 equals undefined, not 0.Any number divided by 0 is undefined.

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A+5=-5a+5 A=-5a+5-5 (bring one of the 5 over)(not necessary) A=-5a (if big and small letters are the same, A=a=0; if not, when A=35,a=-7)

-45 over 9 = -5 -5 plus 5 = 0 QED -45 over (9 plus 5) is a different matter and = -3.2143.

If: x = 2/3 and x = 5/7 Then: (3x-2)(7x-5) = 0 Equation: 21x2-29x+10 = 0

I would think -5 plus 5 equals 0.

f(x) = (3x - 4)/5 f(0) = [3(0) - 4]/5 = -4/5

0 it equals 0

Yes because the slope or gradient are the same 4/3

It is 0.

10 over 5 is the same as 10 divided by 5, which equals two.