 # EXAMPLE 1 Same sign, so quotient is positive. = –7 Different signs, so quotient is negative. c. 36 –9 = –4 Different signs, so quotient is negative. =

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EXAMPLE 1 Same sign, so quotient is positive. = –7 Different signs, so quotient is negative. c. 36 –9 = –4 Different signs, so quotient is negative. = 0 d. 0 –7 a. –40 –8 b. –14 2 Dividend is 0 so quotient is 0. Dividing Integers = 5

GUIDED PRACTICE for Example 1 Find quotient, if possible. Different sign, so quotient is negative. = 5 = –3 Same signs, so quotient is positive. 3. 0 –4 = 0 Different signs, so quotient is negative. = –8 4. 72 –9 1. –33 11 2. –25 –5 Dividend is 0 so quotient is 0.

GUIDED PRACTICE for Example 1 Find quotient, if possible. = –2 Different sign, so quotient is negative. = undefined A number divided by 0 is undefined. 5. –36 18 6. –28 0

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