This tutorial explains how you can divide integers. Dividing integers is similar to multiplying integers. A positive divided by a positive gives you a negative number. A negative divided by a negative gives you a positive number. And a positive divided by a negative, or a negative divided by a positive, will results in a number. Some examples: 15 divided by 3. In this problem we're dealing with a negative divided by a positive. So, the answer will be negative. The answer is 5. Another example: 6 divided by 2. That is a negative divide by a negative which will result in a positive. So, positive 3 is the answer.
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