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Help me please. My mind is mush....
need to find the quotient of:
a. 3/4÷-12
b. 5/4÷2 2/3
c. 18 ÷4.6
d. 3.06 ÷0.22

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    a. 3/4 + 12 = 12 3/4
    3/4 - 12 = -11 3/4

    b. 5/4 divided by 8/3 = 5/4 * 3/8

    c & d. Move decimal place for both to the right to make divisor a whole number. Do long division, making sure where your decimal place is.

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

  • math-quotient - ,

    Sorry, I misread "a" as + or -.

    Use long division to divide 12 into .75, but dont'forget the minus sign.

  • math-quotient - ,

    (3/4)*(-1/12) = -3/48 = -1/16

  • math-quotient - ,

    18*10/46 = 180/46 = 90/23 = 3 21/23

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    thank you Damon and PsyDag

  • math-quotient - ,

    WRITE A DIVISION EXPRESSION IN WHICH 8 IS THE DIVISOR, 11 IS THE QUOTIENT AND 0 IS THE REMAINDER.

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