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Negative seven subtracted from the quotient of negative twelve and two

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Solution:

1. Calculate the quotient of negative twelve and two:

\frac{-12}{2} = -6

2. Subtract negative seven from the quotient:

-6 - (-7)

3. Simplify the expression using the property of subtraction (subtracting a negative is equivalent to adding the positive):

-6 + 7 = 1

The final result is:

1.

1. Calculate the quotient of negative twelve and two:

2. Subtract negative seven from the quotient:

3. Simplify the expression using the property of subtraction (subtracting a negative is equivalent to adding the positive):

The final result is:

1.

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