Write five pairs of integers(a,b) such that a=b=-5 where one such pair (-25,5)because -25+5=-5


Given,

a÷b = -5

This implies, a=-5(b)

We have to find out five pairs of integers (a,b) such that a÷b = -5.

If 

b=1, then a=-5(1)=-5

b=2, then a=-5(2)=-10

b=3, then a=-5(3)=-15

b=4, then a=-5(4)=-20

b=5, then a=-5(5)=-25

b=6, then a=-5(6)=-30

Therefore, five pairs of integers other than (-25,5) such that a÷b = -5 are (-5,1), (-10,2), (-15,3), (-20,4) and (-30,6).


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