Sec 1.4-Focus - h(8 5 2 5 = 3 First decide whether the quotient will be positive or negative then divide their numerical values a 30 5 = b 45 9

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Multiplying and Dividing Integers page 1.4 - 15 Section 1.4 Focus Exercises 1. Evaluate each product. a) 6 · (- 5) = b) 3 · (- 12) = c) 7 · (- 8) = d) 4 · (- 1) = e) - 1 · 5 = f) - 6 · 3 = g) - 4 · 3 = h) - 13 · 2 = i) - 8 · ( - 2) = j) - 10 · ( - 4) = k) - 5 · ( - 3) = l) - 9 · ( - 1) = 2. Multiply. First decide whether the product will be positive or negative then multiply their numerical values. a) (4) (3) (- 2) = b) (- 3) (- 2) (- 1) (8) = c) (- 6) (- 1) (8) = d) (- 3) (- 3) (- 2) (- 5) = e) (- 5) (- 2) (- 9) = f) (- 6) (5) (- 1) (7) = g) (- 2) (10) (- 4) =
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Unformatted text preview: h) (8) (- 5) (- 2) (- 5) = 3. First decide whether the quotient will be positive or negative then divide their numerical values. a)- 30 ÷ 5 = b) 45 ÷ (- 9) = c)- 36 ÷ (- 6) = d) 50-5 = e)- 60 12 = f)-40- 10 = Multiplying and Dividing Integers page 1.4 - 16 4. Evaluate and simplify by first deciding whether the end result will be positive or negative. a)-8 5 · 2- 3 = b)- 4-3 · 9 8 = c)- 2 5 · -15-4 = d)-9- 3 · -2-5 = e) 12 7 ÷ -6 35 = f)-8 10 ÷ 4-3 = g)- 6-9 ÷ 2-3 = h)-16-15 ÷ -4-3 =...
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course MATH 52 taught by Professor Janetfrewing during the Fall '10 term at Riverside Community College.

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Sec 1.4-Focus - h(8 5 2 5 = 3 First decide whether the quotient will be positive or negative then divide their numerical values a 30 5 = b 45 9

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