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Is is true when one part of a fraction is negative the whole fraction becomes negative

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\[60/-12 = 5? or -5 \]
\[\frac {-a}b=\frac{a}{-b}=-\frac ab\]
This is from the equation −3(4r − 8) = −36 I am getting -5 but the real answer is 5 ?

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\[−3(4r − 8) = −36 \] \[4r − 8 = \frac{−36}{-3} \]
\[\frac {-a}{-b}=\frac{a}{b}\]
Rather than that step...
Cant I distrubute the -3 and get -12r+24=-36
that way will work too
So how Do I get 5 rather than -5
using the distributive method the next step would be to get the constants of one side
yea I have ...
-12r = 60
and then ...
r = 60/-12 r= -5?
-12r = -60
-60?
yea yout correct
you took 24 away from both sides
then its r=-60/-12 and ots r=5
Thanks!
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