# By what number should (–8)–3 be multiplied so that that the product may be equal to (–6)–3?

Let p be the number to be multiplied with (–8)–3

(–8)–3 x p = (–6)–3

p =

Therefore, (–8)–3 should be multiplied with for the product to be equal to (–6)–3.

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