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Put minus sign in front of fraction

Theory

Put minus sign in front of fraction

If the numerator is negative and the denominator is positive, the quotient is negative. Thus, it's equivalent to put the negative in front of the fraction. -34=-34 \dfrac{\text{-}3}{4}=\text{-} \dfrac{3}{4}