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How do you solve -3/4 divide by 1/10

  • Algebra -

    you have to convert it and multiply it...

    -3/4 times 10/1=-15/2 or -7.5

  • Algebra -

    You actually have to only remember to flip and multiply.
    That is how I learned it.

    (-3/4)/(1/10) flip the 1/10 so you get 10/1 which is the same as 10 then you can multiply it by the fraction that is being divided.

    (-3/4)*(10/1)= -7.5

  • Algebra -

    thats just what i said in my post....you didn't have to repeat my answer

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