# A math project with numbers

### By : Trinity Richardson

By: trinity Richardson

Part 1) my numbers

1) .5

2) -5

3) 5

4) 2/5

Part 2) comparing and ordering

1) -5 is grater than -2/5

2) least to greatest ; -5, -2/5, .5, 5

3) picture at the very top

Part3) absolute value problems

1) Joe has 3 dollars he spends 2 dollars and 95 change well he thinks he has 1 dollar left who much money does he Reilly have? What's the absolute value? .5; .5

2) Bob has some candy he has 10 friends if he gives a peace to each how much candy does he have left?what is the absolute value. -5; 5.

3)Nellie has 2 kids her kids have 3 friends all together if she is making a boil of popcorn for each how many boil does she need.if she puts 1 bag in each boil how many bags does she need? What is the absolute value? 5; 5; 5

4) if you have a pie and you slice it in 5 peaces and eat 3 and give the other 2 away but you then get 2 back who many do you have? What is the absolute value? 2/5; 2/5

Part 4) operations with integers

1/a) 5 + 16=21

1/b)-10+ 5=-5

2/a) 16-5=11

2/b) -10-5=-15

3/a)2x15=30

3/b) -5x10=-50

4/a) 24%3=8

-12%6=-2

Part 5)models

1) +++++ + ----------------

2) picture at the bottom

3) ----- X ++++++++++

4) picture at the bottom

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