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Lesson 9 1 understanding integers
Lesson 9 1 understanding integers
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Lesson 9 1 understanding integers

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  • 1. Name __________________________________ Date ____________________Mrs. Labuski / Mrs. Rooney Period ________ Les 9-1 Understanding IntegersVOCABULARY DEFINITION EXAMPLE Positive numbers are greater than zero. POSITIVE They may be written NUMBER with a positive sign (+) but are usually written without it. Negative numbers are less than zero. They NEGATIVE NUMBER are always written with a negative sign (-). Opposites are the same distance from OPPOSITES zero on a number line, but on different sides. Integers are the set of INTEGER all whole numbers and their opposites. The absolute value of an integer is its distance from zero on -3 3 ABSOLUTE VALUE a number line. The The absolute value of symbol for absolute -3 is 3. value is
  • 2. Name __________________________________ Date ____________________Mrs. Labuski / Mrs. Rooney Period ________ Les 9-1 Understanding IntegersVOCABULARY DEFINITION EXAMPLE POSITIVE NUMBER NEGATIVE NUMBER OPPOSITES INTEGER ABSOLUTE VALUE

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