The PARENTHESIS SIGN ( ) is put around a number to separate the Positive Sign from the NEGATIVE SIGN. Example: 6 + (-) 3 The NEGATIVE SIGN in front of a number means that the PLAYER or PLAYERS are dribbling AWAY from the Basket. For example, a negative 7...

Division of 2 Negative integers has the same rules as Multiplication of 2 Negative Integers The only difference is in Division problems we are only trying to figure out HOW MANY PLAYERS WE HAVE IN EACH GROUP. When 2 negative signs (NEGATIVE FORCE FIELDS) are under...

Division of POSITIVE and NEGATIVE integers has the same rules regarding what happens when POSITIVE SIGNS encounter NEGATIVE SIGNS as in Multiplication of POSITIVE and NEGATIVE integers. The only difference is in Division problems we are only trying to figure out HOW...

Basketball Introduction to Division of Positive Integers The Basketball Court has underground Locker Rooms. When the Coaches are in the underground Locker Rooms the PLAYERS on the Basketball Court will be shared equally between the Coaches. The number of Coaches in...

The PARENTHESIS SIGN( ) is put around a number to separate the POSITIVE SIGN from the NEGATIVE SIGN. Example: 6 + (-) 3. When the PLAYER(s) is dribbling TOWARD the Basket (POSITIVE SIGN (+) and they meet another PLAYER(s) dribbling AWAY from the Basket...