Chapter 1. 9 Multiplying & Dividing Integers

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Chapter 1. 9 Multiplying & Dividing Integers

  1. 1. Agenda Friday Oct. 29Homework 26 p. 47 # 12 - 32 evens, 50 - 56 Do Now ~ Simplify 1. 2. 3. 4. Correct homework 1-9 Multiplying & Dividing integers Quiz Tuesday All operations with integers, absolute value review tomorrow 1. 12 2. 8 3. -7 4. 8
  2. 2. p. 20 # 7 - 15, 31 - 34, 40 - 46 7. 300 ft below sea level is -300 8. a loss of 8 yd is -8 9. an elevation of 3,400 ft is 3,400 10. A =2 11. B = 5 12. B = 5 13. -2, 8, -9 = -9, -2, 8 14. -3, 12, -9 = -12, -9, -3 15. 0, 6, -6 = -6, 0, 6 31. A = 6 32. B = -2 33. C = 2 34. D = -8 40. -12 41. -8 < 0 42. 4 > -25 43. -9 < -2 44. <
  3. 3. Rules for Multiplying Integers: Multiplying two integers with the same signs: Negative x negative = positive Positive x positive = positive + + + x = + - -x = Use the eraser to reveal the results.
  4. 4. Rules for Multiplying Integers: Multiplying two integers with the different signs: Negative x positive = negative Positive x negative = negative + - - x = + - -x = Use the eraser to reveal the results.
  5. 5. Try some. - 5 x (-4) = - 5 x 4 = 6 x (-7) = Find the products - move the positive and negative to remind you of the rule. Positive + Negative - + - -
  6. 6. Rules for Dividing Integers: Dividing two integers with the same signs: Negative negative = negative Positive positive = positive + = - -= ÷ ÷ + + ÷ ÷ - Use the eraser to reveal the results.
  7. 7. Try some. -48 ÷ 6= 24 ÷ -6= -63 ÷ -9= Positive + Negative - Find the quotients - move the positive and negative to remind you of the rule!
  8. 8. Practice with Word Problems Figuring an offensive team’s total yardage gained is not just a case of adding up the numbers. Players make positive plays, such as yards gained rushing and yards gained passing. They also make negative plays, such as yards lost rushing or yard lost on a quarterback sack. There are also penalties; they work both ways. Examine the following game situations and figure the total yards gained by the team. Introduction:
  9. 9. The Washington Redskins gained 256 rushing yards in a game. They also lost 4 yards on one play. The quarterback threw for 154 yards, but he was sacked seven times. He lost a total of 53 yards on the sacks. How many total yards did the Redskins gain?
  10. 10. In one game the San Diego Chargers gained 187 yards rushing and 458 yards passing. But they had 211 yards of penalties against the offense. How many total yards did they gain that night?
  11. 11. The New England Patriots are a passing team. They ran for only 47 yards last night, but they passed for 398. They lost 38 yards on sacks, and they had three offensive penalties against them for a total of 25 yards. How many total yards did they gain last night?
  12. 12. The Oakland Raiders only gained 75 yards passing and 62 yards rushing, but their opponent had 165 yards in defensive penalties. When you count all of their yards and all of the penalty yards, how many yards did the Raiders gain?
  13. 13. The following page(s) contains the answers to the tasks in the lesson activity.
  14. 14. Try some. - 5 x (-4) = 20 - 5 x 4 = -20 6 x (-7) = -42 - + + + - - - - -
  15. 15. Try some. -48 ÷ 6= -8 24 ÷ -6= -4 -63 ÷ -9= 7 - + - + - - - - +
  16. 16. The Washington Redskins gained 256 rushing yards in a game. They also lost 4 yards on one play. The quarterback threw for 154 yards, but he was sacked seven times. He lost a total of 53 yards on the sacks. How many total yards did the Redskins gain? 353 total yards 256 -4 + 154 - 53 252 + 154 - 53 406 - 53
  17. 17. In one game the San Diego Chargers gained 187 yards rushing and 458 passing. But they had 211 yards of penalties against the offense. How many total yards did they gain that night? 434 total yards 187 + 458 - 211 645 - 211
  18. 18. The New England Patriots are a passing team. They ran for only 47 yards last night, but they passed for 398. They lost 38 yards on sacks, and they had three offensive penalties against them for a total of 25 yards. How many total yards did they gain last night? 382 total yards
  19. 19. The Oakland Raiders only gained 75 yards passing and 62 yards rushing, but their opponent had 165 yards in defensive penalties. When you count all of their yards and all of the penalty yards, how many yards did the Raiders gain? 302 total yards

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