# Common Core: 7th Grade Math : Divide Integers: CCSS.Math.Content.7.NS.A.2b

## Example Questions

### Example Question #31 : Divide Integers: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Ns.A.2b

Solve:

Explanation:

We know the following information:

However, the  changes our answer, in this particular case. There are a couple of rules that we need to remember when multiplying with negative numbers:

• A negative number divided by a positive number will always equal a negative number, and a positive number divided by a negative number will always equal a negative number.
• A negative number divided by a negative number will always equal a positive number

Thus,

### Example Question #31 : Divide Integers: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Ns.A.2b

Solve:

Explanation:

We know the following information:

However, the  changes our answer, in this particular case. There are a couple of rules that we need to remember when multiplying with negative numbers:

• A negative number divided by a positive number will always equal a negative number, and a positive number divided by a negative number will always equal a negative number.
• A negative number divided by a negative number will always equal a positive number

Thus,

### Example Question #33 : Divide Integers: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Ns.A.2b

Solve:

Explanation:

We know the following information:

However, the  changes our answer, in this particular case. There are a couple of rules that we need to remember when multiplying with negative numbers:

• A negative number divided by a positive number will always equal a negative number, and a positive number divided by a negative number will always equal a negative number.
• A negative number divided by a negative number will always equal a positive number

Thus,

### Example Question #31 : Divide Integers: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Ns.A.2b

Solve:

Explanation:

We know the following information:

However, the  changes our answer, in this particular case. There are a couple of rules that we need to remember when multiplying with negative numbers:

• A negative number divided by a positive number will always equal a negative number, and a positive number divided by a negative number will always equal a negative number.
• A negative number divided by a negative number will always equal a positive number

Thus,

### Example Question #35 : Divide Integers: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Ns.A.2b

Solve:

Explanation:

We know the following information:

However, the  changes our answer, in this particular case. There are a couple of rules that we need to remember when multiplying with negative numbers:

• A negative number divided by a positive number will always equal a negative number, and a positive number divided by a negative number will always equal a negative number.
• A negative number divided by a negative number will always equal a positive number

Thus,

### Example Question #36 : Divide Integers: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Ns.A.2b

Solve:

Explanation:

We know the following information:

However, the  changes our answer, in this particular case. There are a couple of rules that we need to remember when multiplying with negative numbers:

• A negative number divided by a positive number will always equal a negative number, and a positive number divided by a negative number will always equal a negative number.
• A negative number divided by a negative number will always equal a positive number

Thus,

### Example Question #32 : Divide Integers: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Ns.A.2b

Solve:

Explanation:

We know the following information:

However, the  changes our answer, in this particular case. There are a couple of rules that we need to remember when multiplying with negative numbers:

• A negative number divided by a positive number will always equal a negative number, and a positive number divided by a negative number will always equal a negative number.
• A negative number divided by a negative number will always equal a positive number

Thus,

### Example Question #38 : Divide Integers: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Ns.A.2b

Solve:

Explanation:

We know the following information:

However, the  changes our answer, in this particular case. There are a couple of rules that we need to remember when multiplying with negative numbers:

• A negative number divided by a positive number will always equal a negative number, and a positive number divided by a negative number will always equal a negative number.
• A negative number divided by a negative number will always equal a positive number

Thus,

### Example Question #39 : Divide Integers: Ccss.Math.Content.7.Ns.A.2b

Solve:

Explanation:

We know the following information:

However, the  changes our answer, in this particular case. There are a couple of rules that we need to remember when multiplying with negative numbers:

• A negative number divided by a positive number will always equal a negative number, and a positive number divided by a negative number will always equal a negative number.
• A negative number divided by a negative number will always equal a positive number

Thus,

Solve: