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### Module 3 lesson 5

1. 1. Module 3 Lesson 5.notebook January 10, 2014 Module 3, Lesson 5 Using the Identity and Inverse to Write Equivalent Expressions 01/10/14 HW: • Lesson 5 Problem Set #1-3 Do Now: Lesson 4 Exit 1
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3. 3. Module 3 Lesson 5.notebook January 10, 2014 Exit Ticket Solution: 3
4. 4. Module 3 Lesson 5.notebook January 10, 2014 Homework Answers 4
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12. 12. Module 3 Lesson 5.notebook January 10, 2014 Discussion: 1. In problem 1, what is the pair of numbers called? 2. What is the sum of a number and its opposite? Additive Inverses Zero 3. In problem 5, what is so special about 0? Zero is the ONLY NUMBER when summed with another number, the results in that number again. Additive Identity 12
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16. 16. Module 3 Lesson 5.notebook January 10, 2014 Discussion: 1. What are these pairs of numbers called? 2. What is another term for reciprocal? Reciprocal Multiplicative Inverse 3. What is the product of multiplicative inverses? 1 16
17. 17. Module 3 Lesson 5.notebook January 10, 2014 Discussion: 4. Why is the number 1 also special? Any number multiplied by 1 would in that same number. Multiplicative Identity 17
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20. 20. Module 3 Lesson 5.notebook January 10, 2014 Closing: 1.) What are the other terms for opposites and reciprocals, and what are the general rules of their sums and products? 2.) What do the Additive Identity Property of Zero and the Multiplicative Identity Property of One state? 20
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