Earle says that m×(−1) is always equal to m÷(−1), for all rational values of m. Is he correct?
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Earle :(is not, is) correct.
The expressions: (are not equivalent when m=0, always equal the same negative number, both represent the opposite of m, or may or may not be equivalent)
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Not sure about this one either :c

I would go for is, cause the reciprical of -1 is itself

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