Posted by **carla** on Friday, March 16, 2007 at 11:26am.

16 divid (-4)+(-5)

I am complete stumped on this can some one explain how to get the answeres or just me an example how the problem is worked

First divide the 16 by 4, then change the sign (because of the - in the denominator). Next, add -5

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