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Divide. You shouldn't have any wrong answers because you can always check your results with multiplication.$$2 8 \div { 9 6 , 0 1 2 }$$

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Whole Numbers

Section 6

Division with Whole Numbers

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For exercise 13 We have negative 60, which will Just write 60 for now. This is multiplied by zero .003. So 60 times three is 180. 80. And looking at our dust bowl, it's going to go 123 units to the left, Giving us a value of zero and 1800s. And this is exercise 13 Concept one multiplication of decimals, and this is on page 303, 5.3 multiplication of decimals and applications with circles.

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