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7th G-Math

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Which two integers have a positive quotient and a negative sum?

a. -9 and -3
b. -6 and 2
c. 5 and 1
d. 8 and -4

  • 7th G-Math -

    a is the answer
    -9/-3 is 3
    any negative divided by another negative is always a positive
    the -9+(-3)
    so it is -9-3
    -9-3=-12

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