DIVIDING INTEGERS
BELL RINGER
EVALUATE WHEN X = 5 AND Y = -1
• 4 + x + y
• (x + 5) ÷ 2
• x – y + 3
BELL RINGER
EVALUATE WHEN X = 5 AND Y = -1
• 4 + x + y
• 4 + 5 + (-1)
• 9 + (-1)
• 8
• (x + 5) ÷ 2
• (5 + 5) ÷ 2
• 10 ÷ 2
...
WHERE WE WERE…
• Adding and subtracting Integers
• Properties of addition
• Properties of equality
• Order of Operations
•...
WHERE WE WERE…
• Explain to your partner why the answer is positive or
negative…
• 4(-5)
• -4(5)
• -4(-5)
WHERE WE WERE…
• Explain to your partner why the answer is positive or
negative…
• 4(-5)
• Negative – opposite signs
• -4(...
WHERE WE ARE…
• Students will learn to…
• Use counter chips to solve division of integers.
• Determine the rules for divid...
• 6 items split into groups of 3
• Use the Counter Chips to model 6 items split into
groups of 3
• 2
• The opposite of 6 items split into groups of 3.
• Use the counter chips to model the opposite of 6
items split into grou...
• 6 items split into groups of -3
• Use the counter chips to model 6 items split into
groups of -3
• -2
• The opposite of 6 items split into groups of -3.
• Use the Counter Chips to show the opposite of 6
items split into grou...
QUICK WRITE
WHAT ARE THE RULES FOR MULTIPLYING AND DIVIDING TWO
INTEGERS?
Multiplying
• 3(2) = 6
• 3(-2) = -6
• -3(2) = -6...
RULES
• Multiplying Integers
• Positive x Positive = Positive
• Positive x Negative = Negative
• Negative x Positive = Neg...
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Dividing integers web

  1. 1. DIVIDING INTEGERS
  2. 2. BELL RINGER EVALUATE WHEN X = 5 AND Y = -1 • 4 + x + y • (x + 5) ÷ 2 • x – y + 3
  3. 3. BELL RINGER EVALUATE WHEN X = 5 AND Y = -1 • 4 + x + y • 4 + 5 + (-1) • 9 + (-1) • 8 • (x + 5) ÷ 2 • (5 + 5) ÷ 2 • 10 ÷ 2 • 5 • x – y + 3 • 5 – (-1) + 3 • 5 + 1 + 3 • 9
  4. 4. WHERE WE WERE… • Adding and subtracting Integers • Properties of addition • Properties of equality • Order of Operations • Multiplying Integers
  5. 5. WHERE WE WERE… • Explain to your partner why the answer is positive or negative… • 4(-5) • -4(5) • -4(-5)
  6. 6. WHERE WE WERE… • Explain to your partner why the answer is positive or negative… • 4(-5) • Negative – opposite signs • -4(5) • Negative – opposite signs • -4(-5) • Positive – same signs
  7. 7. WHERE WE ARE… • Students will learn to… • Use counter chips to solve division of integers. • Determine the rules for dividing integers.
  8. 8. • 6 items split into groups of 3 • Use the Counter Chips to model 6 items split into groups of 3 • 2
  9. 9. • The opposite of 6 items split into groups of 3. • Use the counter chips to model the opposite of 6 items split into groups of 3. • - 2
  10. 10. • 6 items split into groups of -3 • Use the counter chips to model 6 items split into groups of -3 • -2
  11. 11. • The opposite of 6 items split into groups of -3. • Use the Counter Chips to show the opposite of 6 items split into groups of -3. • 2
  12. 12. QUICK WRITE WHAT ARE THE RULES FOR MULTIPLYING AND DIVIDING TWO INTEGERS? Multiplying • 3(2) = 6 • 3(-2) = -6 • -3(2) = -6 • -3(-2) = 6 Dividing •
  13. 13. RULES • Multiplying Integers • Positive x Positive = Positive • Positive x Negative = Negative • Negative x Positive = Negative • Negative x Negative = Positive • Dividing Integers • Positive ÷ Positive = Positive • Positive ÷ Negative = Negative • Negative ÷ Positive = Negative • Negative ÷ Negative = Positive

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