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Integers – Basics
Posted by Aryan on June 23, 2023 at 2:55 pmWrite five pairs of integers (a, b) such that a ÷ b = –3. One such pair is (6, –2) because 6 ÷ (–2) = (–3).
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<div>Here are five pairs of integers (a, b) explained in a more detailed manner, such that a ÷ b = 3:
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</div><div>(9, 3): When we divide 9 by 3, we get 3 as the quotient. So, 9 ÷ (3) = 3. This means that if we divide 9 into groups of 3, we would have 3 groups in total.</div><div>
</div><div>(15, 5): When we divide 15 by 5, we obtain 3 as the quotient. Therefore, 15 ÷ 5 = 3. This implies that if we divide 15 into groups of 5, we would end up with 3 groups.</div><div>
</div><div>(12, 4): Dividing 12 by 4 gives us 3 as the quotient. Hence, 12 ÷ (4) = 3. This indicates that if we divide 12 into groups of 4, the total number of groups would be 3.</div><div>
</div><div>(21, 7): If we divide 21 by 7, the quotient is 3. So, 21 ÷ 7 = 3. This implies that if we divide 21 into groups of 7, the number of groups would be 3.</div><div>
</div><div>(30, 10): Dividing 30 by 10 yields 3 as the quotient. Thus, 30 ÷ (10) = 3. This means that if we divide 30 into groups of 10, the total number of groups would be 3.</div><div>
</div><div>These pairs of integers satisfy the condition where the quotient obtained by dividing a by b is equal to 3. </div>