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

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

Guided Practice Find the quotient, if possible. for Example 1 11 33 – 1. 8 – 56 2. 5 – 25 – 3. 4 – 0 4. ANSWER 3 – 7 – 5 0

Guided Practice Find the quotient, if possible. for Example 1 0 28 – 7. ANSWER 8 – 2 – undefined ANSWER 9 5. 9 – 72 6. 18 36 – 8. 6 – 54 –

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