# Week+2-Chapter+2+In+class+Activities+A+(1).docx - Math 040...

• 3
• 100% (1) 1 out of 1 people found this document helpful

This preview shows page 1 - 3 out of 3 pages.

Math 040: Re-Entry Mathematics Franklin UniversityWeek 2 Chapter 2 In class ActivitiesName: _______Jeanette Perkins______________ 1.Fill in the blank with < or > to make a true statementa.- 8 > - 9 b.- 226 < 1982.Find the oppositea.31 ____-31_______b.-612 ____612_______3.Simplify the expressiona.– (-15) ____15_____b.|79|____79____c.– (34) ____-34_____d.|47|_____-47____4.Fill in the blank with <, >, or =a.– ( – 4) __>___ |4|b.– 44 ____>___ – 54c.|55|___<___ – ( – 65) 5.Add the numbers a.23 + 12 _____35_____b.78 + (-33) _____45____c.-105 + ( -23) _____-128___d.-475 + (623) ____148____6.Simplifya.20 + (−12) + (−5) ____3__________b.−23 + (−4) + (−12) + (−5) ______-44______c.4 + (−12) + (−30) + 16 + 10 _______-10______7.A contestant on Jeopardy scored the following amounts for several questions he answered. \$200, – \$400, \$1000, – \$400, \$600 Determine his total score._________________\$600________________________ 1030315
Math 040: Re-Entry Mathematics Franklin University8.Simplifya.35 (– 56) = ____91_______b.–320 – (–198) = ____-122_______c.–40 + 605 – 815 = _____-260_____d.–21 – 19 + (– 27) + 45 – (– 16) = _______-6_______ 9.Temperatures on the Moon range from −184°C during its night to 214°C during its day. Find the difference between the highest temperature on the Moon and the lowest temperature. __________________398°_____________________
• • • 