# How do you divide #\frac{ 8}{ 15} \div ( - 0.35)#?

Turn into a fraction and multiply by reciprocal

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To divide ( \frac{8}{15} ) by ( -0.35 ), you can multiply ( \frac{8}{15} ) by the reciprocal of ( -0.35 ), which is ( \frac{1}{-0.35} ). So, the division becomes ( \frac{8}{15} \times \frac{1}{-0.35} ).

Multiplying the numerators together gives ( 8 \times 1 = 8 ), and multiplying the denominators gives ( 15 \times -0.35 = -5.25 ). Therefore, ( \frac{8}{15} \div (-0.35) = \frac{8}{-5.25} ).

You can simplify this fraction by dividing both the numerator and the denominator by their greatest common divisor, which is 1. So, the final result is ( -\frac{8}{5.25} ).

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