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Laws of multiplication and division
Laws of multiplication and division
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Laws of multiplication and division

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The laws of multiplication and division of directed numbers are presented in a innovative an simple way

The laws of multiplication and division of directed numbers are presented in a innovative an simple way

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  • 1. MATH RULES OF LOVE BY VIDAL PHILIP Laws of multiplication and division
  • 2.
    • 4 persons
    • The Samaritan
    • The wounded man (Jew)
    • The priest
    • The Levite
    Who showed love to the wounded man ? How many persons are in the picture ?
  • 3. John 3:16 (KJV) “ For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life” Love = positive (+) Hate = negative (-)
  • 4. Love = positive (+) Hate = negative (-)
  • 5. Apply the love rules to simplify the following
    • -5 × 12 =
    • 6 × 8 =
    • - 6 × (-14) =
    • -9 × 10 × 5 =
    • -2 × 8 ×(-6) =
    • 6 ÷ 24 =
    • -12 ÷ (-9) =
    • - 66 ÷ 22 =
    • 14 × (-3) ÷ 7 =
    • -39 ÷ 9 ×(-3 )=
  • 6.  

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