# What is #-2/3 " times " 12?#. I cannot determine if I need to divide #(-2)/(-3) " times " 12 or (-2)/3 " times " 12#?

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There is only one negative number, the answer will be negative,

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The fraction

As a decimal they would all give the answer

There is only one negative sign, but it can be placed anywhere.

The division is implied in the fraction, there is a division by

You can also think of it as

If there were two negative signs, the answer would be positive.

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The question gives you the process. Any time a question asks for

"Times" means to multiply.

Any whole number is understood to have a denominator of

When multiplying fractions, multiply the numerators across and the denominators across.

Simplify

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it wouldn't be

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