# How do you simplify # (-8+5 )/ (8-5)#?

Lets start with adding the numbers in the numerator together because we need to get rid of parenthesis first.

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To simplify the expression (-8 + 5) / (8 - 5), you first perform the operations inside the parentheses: -8 + 5 = -3 and 8 - 5 = 3. Then, you divide -3 by 3 to get the final result, which is -1.

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