Rules of Intergers

By: Chace Kelly and Ryan Tunney

The first thing you will do is use four numbers from the four categories. The numbers that we used were .8,-5,10,-1/2. Next you must compare the numbers for this we used: .8 is less than 10; 10 is greater than -5; .8 is greater than -5; -1/2 is less than .8; 10 is greater than -1/2; -5 is less than -1/2. Now we ordered the numbers from least to greatest it was -5, -1/2, .8, 10, . ___________-5________-1/2__0_.8_______________10 . This is what our numbers would look like on a number line. The definition for absolute value is the amount of spaces that the number is away from zero. Next you must do two addition problems and one has to include a positive and a negative number. For this we did 6+6=12 and 8+-1=7. You also must do two subtraction problems with one problem having a positive and a negative number in it. For this we put 4-6=-2 and -3-5=2. then you must do two multiplication problems but for one of them you must have one of the numbers negative. For this we put 7(9)=63 and 2(-1)=-2. next you have to do two division problems one of these problems must have a negative number in it. In this situation we put 24/6=4 and 22/-11=-2. The next part we had to do real life situations. These situations are, Bob has 111,129 dollars in the bank. Then he decides to buy a luxurious yacht that cost him 111,130 dollars now owing the bank 1 dollar. The next situation we did is, Chace has 11,789 dollars and later that day he buys a bat for 350 dollars. Then he decides to buy a 60 in. flat screen t.v. for 50 dollars off ebay so now he has 11,389 dollars left. For our final real life situations we did, Ryan has 11,888 dollars then he buys a jet ski for 7,200 dollars, but not satisfied he goes to the corner store and buys a lolly pop for 3 dollars now having 4,685 dollars.