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Graph on a number line -6/5 I'm just not sure how to do this explain please?

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    a negative number always lie on the left side of zero. -6/5 is a negative number thats why on a number line this number will lie left to the zero.

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    So it would be -1 correct?

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    You do long division. -6 divided by 5 = -1.2. Find -1.2 in the graph.

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    Or \[-1\frac{ 1 }{5 }\]

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