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- 1. Integers and Rational Numbers MATH
- 4. Integers I
- 5. Integers II
- 6. Coordinate Plane
- 7. Order of Operations (Part I)
- 8. Order of Operations (Part II)
- 9. Tweeners and Ordering
- 10. $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $ 100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Tweeners and Ordering Integers I Integers II Coordinate Plane Order of Operations (Part I) Order of Operations (Part II)
- 11. Explain why all integers are rational numbers.
- 12. All integers are rational numbers because every integer number can be written as a fraction by putting one in the denominator.
- 13. How would you express 77 feet below sea level as an integer?
- 14. What is -77ft?
- 15. I wrote all integers from -10 to 10 (including -10 and 10) on slips of paper and put them in a bag. What is the probability that I will choose a positive number?
- 16. What is 10/21 (remember 0 is an integer)?
- 17. Find the following: │ -35│ What do the signs around -35 mean?
- 18. What is 35 and the signs mean absolute value?
- 19. What is the result when you multiply two negatives together? What about 3, 4 or 5 negatives? Write a rule so that you will know the result (positive or negative) of multiplying many negatives together.
- 20. (-)(-) = + (-)(-)(-) = - (-) (-)(-)(-) = + (-) (-) (-)(-)(-) = - If you have an even amount of negative factors, the answer is positive, if you have an odd amount of negative factors the answer is negative?
- 21. Solve: 3 + (-14) + (-13)
- 22. What is -24?
- 23. Find the product: (8)(-6)(-5)
- 24. What is 240?
- 25. Find quotient: -72 ÷ (-2) ÷ (-9)
- 26. What is -4?
- 27. Find the difference. (-8) – (-2) – 7 – (-1)
- 28. What is -12?
- 29. Find the product. 5 x (-3) x (-5) x (-10) x 2
- 30. What is -1500?
- 31. Write the following point on the coordinate plane: (-2, 7) (0, -2) (5, -6) (-1, -4)
- 32. What is (-2, 7) (5, -6) (-1, -4) (0, -2)
- 33. Label the following points on the coordinate plane Quadrant I, Quadrant II, Quadrant III, Quadrant IV, origin, x-axis, y-axis .
- 34. What is y-axis Quad II x-axis origin Quad IV Quad III Quad I
- 35. 3 of the 4 vertices of a rectangle are (2, 8); (2, -2); and (10, -2). Draw the fourth vertex, label each one and connect the dots to make your rectangle.
- 36. What is (2, 8) (10, 8) (10, -2) (2, -2)
- 37. Plot the following points and connect the dots (do not connect the last dot to the first). (-8, -9); (-8, 10); (0, 0); (9, 10); (9, -9) What do you get?
- 38. What is an ‘M’?
- 39. I plotted a square on my coordinate plane, but I wont tell you all its points. You know each side measures 6 units, each vertex is in a different quadrant and one vertex is at (2, 1). What are the other vertices of my square?
- 40. What are (2, -5); (-4, -5); and (-4, 1) ?
- 41. Solve: (8 + 7 – (-2)) x (-2)
- 42. What is -34?
- 43. Solve: 10 – 25 x (-3) ÷ 15
- 44. What is 15?
- 45. Solve: ((11 + 7 – (-3)) x 2) ÷ (-3)
- 46. What is -14?
- 47. Solve: -5 x 18 – ((-5) 2 – (-18))
- 48. What is -133?
- 49. Solve: (4 x 6 x 7 – (-6 – 10) 2 ) ÷ ((– 8) ÷ (1 – (- 9 – -9)) x 8)
- 50. What is 88?
- 51. Find the missing number: 5 + 2 – (3 – 6 ÷ ? ) = 5
- 52. What is 6?
- 53. Find the missing number: ? + (-9 x 2) ÷ (1 – (-5)) = -15
- 54. What is -12?
- 55. Insert one pair of parentheses to make the statement true. 2 + 6 x 5 + 6 + 1 = 47
- 56. What is (2 + 6) x 5 + 6 + 1 = 47?
- 57. Insert the following operations to make the sentence true: – , x, +, + 5 __ 3 __ 2 __ 6 __ 4 = 19
- 58. What is 5 x 3 + 2 + 6 – 4 = 19?
- 59. Insert the following numbers to make the sentence true -5, -4, -2, 6, 15 __ + (__ + __ – __) ÷ __ = 3
- 60. What is 6 + (15 + -5 – -2) ÷ -4 = 3?
- 61. Find a number between -9.42 and -9.43
- 62. What is (answers may vary)?
- 63. Find a fraction between 3/7 and 3/8.
- 64. What is 6/15 (other answers are possible) ?
- 65. Find a number between 2 20 19 2.92 and
- 66. What is any number between 2.92 and 2.95 ?
- 67. Put in order from least to greatest: 5 ; 7 ; ; 4 0 -1 4 5 -6 3
- 68. What is 4 ; 0 ; ; 4 -6 -1 5 5 7 3
- 69. Put in order from least to greatest: -3 -3 ; 3 4 ; -13 ; 6 2 -9 8 1
- 70. What is ; 4 -13 6 2 -3 ; -3 ; 3 -9 8 1

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