# Division of Integers Exercises Set 1 Answers

Below are the answers to Division of Integers Exercises (Set 1).
Part I

1. -4

2. -4

3. 7

4. -5

5. 0

6. 18

7. -5

8. -2

9. 2

10. 6

Part II

1. -2

2. -5

3. 7

4. -7

5. 0

6. 6

7. -9

8. -5

9. 1

10. -9

Part III

1. $\frac {1}{2} \div (-\frac {1}{4}) = \frac {1}{2} \times (-\frac {4}{1}) = \frac {4}{2} = -2$

2. $-\frac {2}{5} \div (-\frac {3}{4}) = -\frac {2}{5} \times (-\frac {4}{3}) = \frac {8}{15}$

3. $-\frac {3}{4} \div \frac {3}{8} = -\frac {3}{4} \times \frac {8}{3} = (-\frac {24}{12}) = -2$

4. $\frac {4}{5} \div (-\frac {1}{5}) = \frac {4}{5} \times (-\frac {5}{1}) = -\frac {20}{5} = -4$

5. $-\frac {5}{7} \div \frac {1}{2} = -\frac {5}{7} \times \frac {2}{1} = -\frac {10}{7} = -1 \frac {3}{7}$

6. -2

7. 3

8. -5

9. -4

10. 0

Now, that you have compelted the four fundamental operations, you might want to learn about the PEMDAS Rules and answer PEMDAS exercises.

### 2 Responses

1. Curry says:

Sir the answer in number 5 Part 3 is wrong, it should be -1 3/7 .

• Civil Service Reviewer says: