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Integers

1

1 pt

What is an integer

2

1 pt

Write 3 examples of integers.

3

1 pt

Write an integer for the situation "An average temperature of 7 degrees below normal.

4

1 pt

Evaluate |-8|

5

1 pt

Show how you would solve the following problem.

Evaluate 8 + |-5|

6

1 pt

What answer did you get for question #5?

7

1 pt

Fill in the blank.

When two numbers are graphed on a number line, the number to the left is always ________________ the number to the right.

8

1 pt

Show how you would model this problem to solve.

Fill in the blank with <, >, or =.

-10 ___ -13

9

1 pt

What answer did you get for question #8?

10

1 pt

Put the following numbers in order from least to greatest.

{5, 0, -1, -4, 3, -2}

11

1 pt

Show your work to show you would solve the following problem.

Solve

(-3) + (-7)

12

1 pt

What answer did you get for question #11?

13

1 pt

Show your work to show you would solve (-5) + 3

14

1 pt

What did you get for question #13?

15

1 pt

Show your work to show you would solve -2 + 7

16

1 pt

What answer did you get for question #15?

17

1 pt

Show your work to show you would solve -12 - 9

18

1 pt

What answer did you get for question #17?

19

1 pt

Show your work to show you would solve 18 - (-6)

20

1 pt

What did you get for question #29?

21

1 pt

Show your work to show you would solve 3(-5)

22

1 pt

What answer did you get for question #21?

23

1 pt

Show your work to show how you would solve (-4)(-8)

24

1 pt

What answer did you get for question #23?

25

1 pt

Show your work to show how you would solve 20/-4

26

1 pt

What answer did you get for question #25?

27

1 pt

Show your work to show how you would solve -27/-9

28

1 pt

What answer did you get for question #27?

29

1 pt

You are on a roller coaster that changes height at several points. At the beginning you go up a hill 20 feet, then drop 32 feet. It goes up another hill 16 feet and has a final drop of 10 feet.

Use a model to find the height at the end of the final drop.

30

1 pt

What did you get as the final height for question #29?

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