Q. 5

# By what number should be multiplied so that the quotient is ?

Answer :

Let’s suppose the number is x

(-3)^{-1} × (x) = (6)^{-1}

On cross multiplying:

(-x) × 6 = 1 × 3

-6x = 3

6x = -3

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