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posted by Gail

-1/2 divided _____________= -7/3

how do I get the number that equals -7/3

  1. John

    think about 6 divided by ____ = 2

    How would you solve this problem?

    divide 6 by 2 to get 3

    It is true that 6 divided by 3 = 2

    do the same thing here-
    -1/2 divided by -7/3

    Instead of dividing fractions we multiply by the reciprocal

    -1/2 times -3/7

    Multiply the numerators and multiply the denominators and that will give you your answer.

    Be sure to check in the original problem.

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