Amber's teacher asked her to explain the division problem 27/3. Which choice gives the correct explanation? A.three groups of nine negatives B.three groups of
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Amber's teacher asked her to explain the division problem 27/3. Which choice gives the correct explanation?
A.three groups of nine negatives
B.three groups of nine positives
C.nine groups of three negatives
D.nine groups of three positives
A.three groups of nine negatives
B.three groups of nine positives
C.nine groups of three negatives
D.nine groups of three positives
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1. User Answers Anonym
i would have to say that the answer is A. 
2. User Answers chisnau
Answer:
A.three groups of nine negatives.
Stepbystep explanation:
Amber's teacher asked her to explain the division problem [tex]\frac{27}{3}[/tex]
We get the answer as: 9
We can also say that [tex](9)(3)=27[/tex] , means three groups of (9) is 27.
We can further write 27 as : [tex](9)+(9)+(9)[/tex]
Therefore, the answer is :A.three groups of nine negatives.