# How do you divide negative monomials?

## Question:

How do you divide negative monomials?

## Monomials:

In mathematics, a monomial is a special type of polynomial in that it is a polynomial with exactly one term. It can also be defined as a single term in a polynomial. A monomial is a single mathematical expression that is a product of constants, variables, and/or positive integer powers of those variables.

## Answer and Explanation:

Dividing negative monomials is quite similar to dividing monomials in general. In general, we divide monomials using the following steps:

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