Bailei

Updated: 10/19/2020

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- I over heard you're learning about integers? Let's start w/ the sum of any integer and its opposite is equal to zero. Example: -76 + 76= 0
- So son, for example -5+(9)=4imagine a numberline
- My temp. 97.7
- So-98.6 + 97.7 = -0.9so subtract, and give sum sign of largest absolute value?
- 1. Hi welcome! We'll just take your temperature
- Here's an example of adding two negatives is -3 + -2 =-5”. So same sign= same sign for sum
- 98.6
- Yes son, and 98.6+ 97.7= 196.3so the sum will always be positive
- 6+ (-3) = 3
- 1. You should change the subtraction sign to an addition sign. change the sign of the last number to the opposites sign.
- -6 – 3 = -9.
- -5-7=-12
- For example, say we have the problem -2 - -4=2
- Rules for dividing integers :+ / += +- / -=++/-=--/+=-
- (−3) × 2 = −6
- -8 / -2 = 4.
- 16 / 4 = 4.
- when you multiply a negative number by a positive then it will always be negative When you multiply two negative numbers then it will always be positive
- 3 × 2 = 6
- (−3) × 2 = −6
- 2. it's when the magnitude of a real number without regard to its sign.
- 1. whats absolute value?
- 4. For example, the absolute value of 3 is 3, and the absolute value of −3 is also 3.
- 3. know the meaning of absolute value is the actual magnitude of a numerical value or measurement, irrespective of its relation to other values.
- 5. That's right because the absolute value of a number may be thought of as its distance from zero.
- 18/2
- (3)+2=
- 1.How about as we wait we can come up with some problems
- 5.4=
- (-15)-(6)=
- 2.sure
- Title:integersName: Bailei WatsonBlock: 4th Th name: Mr JonesDue Date: Oct 19 2020