Posted by **frustrated** on Thursday, July 29, 2010 at 2:23pm.

rewrite using multiplication

-70/(23)

Do not simplify, Type a fraction

I can multiply and divide but I am not sure how to work the problem.

can someone do a problem with the same type of values so I can see the steps involved? Please and thank you!

possible sample

-50/(13)

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