Q: What is 2 thirds times negative 6?

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-2/3 -> [mult.inverse] -> -3/2 which is -1Â½or -1.5 ; note that a number, when multiplied by its multiplicative inverse will have a product of 1. So if you multiply these two you get 6/6 which equals 1 [negative times negative is positive].

four and one-thirds plus negative six and one half = - 2 1/6 1/3 = 2/6 1/2 = 3/6 4 1/3 + -6 1/2 = 4 2/6 - 6 3/6 = - 2 1/6

negative 2 and two thirds

2/3 goes into 6 9 times.

2/3 * 9 = 6

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-2/3 -> [mult.inverse] -> -3/2 which is -1Â½or -1.5 ; note that a number, when multiplied by its multiplicative inverse will have a product of 1. So if you multiply these two you get 6/6 which equals 1 [negative times negative is positive].

4 and two thirds = (4(3)+2)/3 = 14/3 6 times 4 and two thirds = 6 * (14/3) = 28

four and one-thirds plus negative six and one half = - 2 1/6 1/3 = 2/6 1/2 = 3/6 4 1/3 + -6 1/2 = 4 2/6 - 6 3/6 = - 2 1/6

negative 2 and two thirds

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2/3 goes into 6 9 times.

2/3 * 9 = 6

Exactly! -6 to the power of 2 means "-6 times -6". That's a negative times a negative, and the answer is positive 36.

2/3 ÷ -4 = -1/6

I think its 2/6?

2/3 * 9 = 6

33 and 1 third