Complete each division:
a) 

c) 

b) 

d) 

a)
To Find:
The simplified form of the given expression.
1) According to the definition of division,
2) The product of two real numbers is positive if the two numbers have the same sign.
3) The product of two real numbers is negative if the two numbers have the opposite sign.
Calculation:
Consider,
Use the definition of division,
b)
To Find:
The simplified form of the given expression.
c)
To Find:
The simplified form of the given expression.
d)
To Find:
The simplified form of the given expression.
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