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# Divide Signed Numbers With Decimals Worksheet

## 8 problems   On a number line, all the terms that are right of 0 are known as positive numbers. Similarly, all the numbers left of 0 are known as negative numbers. For example, -1, - 4.1 are negative numbers. While 2.6 and 4 are positive numbers. It is very easy to multiply signed numbers with decimals. The term signed numbers refer to the negative and positive numbers given. A number with no sign is called a 'positive signed number'.

Signed Number Operations
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## Teaching Dividing Signed Numbers with Decimals Easily

• Whenever we divide a signed number with a decimal number of the same sign, always multiply the number with the reciprocal of the decimal number converted in a fraction i.e numerator will become the denominator and multiply the denominator of the fraction with the given number. If both are positive the answer will be positive only.

• However, the division of signed numbers with decimals can be represented by multiplying the number and denominator of the decimal number that got converted into a fraction and the numerator will be the base.

Let us take the example mentioned below to understand more about dividing signed n with decimals.

Example 1: Solve for 3 /  4.2.

According to the question, both numbers are of the same sign. Hence, we can easily multiply them.

So,  3 / 4.2 = 3 / (42/10)  = (3 x 10) / 42 = 30/42

## Why Should You Use a Divide Signed Fraction with Decimals Worksheet for Your Students?

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## Teaching Dividing Signed Numbers with Decimals Easily

• Whenever we divide a signed number with a decimal number of the same sign, always multiply the number with the reciprocal of the decimal number converted in a fraction i.e numerator will become the denominator and multiply the denominator of the fraction with the given number. If both are positive the answer will be positive only.

• However, the division of signed numbers with decimals can be represented by multiplying the number and denominator of the decimal number that got converted into a fraction and the numerator will be the base.

Let us take the example mentioned below to understand more about dividing signed n with decimals.

Example 1: Solve for 3 /  4.2.

According to the question, both numbers are of the same sign. Hence, we can easily multiply them.

So,  3 / 4.2...

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