Integer Poster

Taylor Copeland

Part One: My Numbers

1)0.9

2)-3

3)4

4)-0.6

Part Two:Compare Numbers

1) 0.9 > -3

2) 0.9 < -3

3) 0.9 > -0.6

4) -3 < 4

5) -3 < -0.6

6) 4 > -0.6

Order From Least To Greatest

-3, -0.6 ,0.9 ,4

Part three:Absolute Value

1) |.9|+4=4.9

2) |-3|+(-.6)=2.4

3) |4|+.6=4.6

4) 4-|-.6|=3.4

Explination for Absolute Value

The absolute value is the numbers distance from zero.

Operations With Integers

Addition

1) 3+6=9

2) (-7)+4=3

Subtraction

1) 72-12=60

2) (-64)-11=53

Multiplication

1) 2(16)=32

2) -4(0)=0

Division

1) 5/60=12

2) 9/-45=-5

Real-Life Problems

1) Sarah has a debt of $47.62. She cashes a check for $69.72, then cashes her paycheck for $360. If she pays her phone bill for $60, how much money will she have left?

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$322.10

2) Joseph wants to buy a Hover-car. He has $92,632 in his account. He buys the car for $90,000. Then he has to pay his rent for $-6,322. How much does he owe?

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-3,590

3) Brandy writes a 400 page book, it cost $0.26 to print a page. She sells 600 copies. She makes $60,000 from them. How much is her profit if she has one?

==================================================================$47,600

Number Line

-6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l

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-3 -0.6 0.9 4