Integers Packet (Thanks Laura Benns!).pdf

# 31 6 3 2 0 32 6 3 7 2 33 10 5 5 9 34 4 2 10 5 6 35 30

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31. +6 -3 2 = 0 32. -6 -3 -7 = -2 33. 10 (5 5) = 9 34. (-4 -2) (-10 5) = 6 35. 30 [(-6 -3) -1] = 28 36. -6 (-2 -1) 2 = -54 37. (30 -6) (-3 -1) = 20 38. (-3 8) (5 6) = -1 39. 5 -5 (5 -5) = 9 40. -3 (-6 -2) -3 = 12 41. I am an integer. When you add -1 to me, the sum is the opposite of the difference when you subtract -5 from me. What integer am I? 42. Find two integers having a product of negative 15 and a sum of positive 2. 43. Find two integers having a product of negative 30 and a sum of negative 1. 44. Find two integers having a product of positive 27 and a sum of negative 12. 45. Find two integers having a product of negative 64 and a sum of positive 12. 46. Find two integers having a product of positive 40 and a sum of negative 13.

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Created by Lance Mangham, 6 th grade teacher, Carroll ISD Activity 3-24: Absolute Value Name: Complete the table below. x x 2 x + 2 x 1. 4 2. 3 3. 2 4. 1 5. 2 6. 1 - 7. 2 - 8. 3 - 9. 4 - 10. When x is negative, its absolute value is…. 11. x is negative always, sometimes or never? 12. 2 x + is positive always, sometimes or never? 13. x is less than 2 x always, sometimes or never? 14. 2 x is greater than 2 x + always, sometimes or never? Kyle has four integer cards. Two cards show positive integers and two cards show negative integers. 15. What is the sum of all four cards? 16. What is the largest sum Kyle can make with two cards? 17. What is the smallest sum Kyle can make with two cards? 18. What is the smallest sum that Kyle can make with three cards? 19. What is the largest difference Kyle can make with two cards? 20. What is the smallest difference Kyle can make with two cards? 21. What is the difference closest in value to 10 that Kyle can make with two cards? 22. What is the largest product Kyle can make with two cards? 23. What is the smallest product Kyle can make with two cards? 24. What is the largest product Kyle can make with three cards? 25. What is the smallest quotient Kyle can make with two cards? -9 8 4 -5
Created by Lance Mangham, 6 th grade teacher, Carroll ISD Activity 3-25: Survival Guide to Integers Name: Choose one of the following topics: Weather (Temperature), Money, Golf, Time (Years), Elevations and Altitudes, Game/Video Game Scores, Football, or Physical Science (Atoms and Molecules). Then pick a more specific theme such as “Jeopardy!” under the main topic of Games or “Scuba Diving” under the topic Elevations and Altitudes. Check with Mr. Mangham if you have another topic you wish to use which is not on this list. Your Survival Guide will consist of 8 pages (2 folded pieces of construction paper). The goal is to teach integers to students who have not learned about them yet. The following details what information should be included on each page. Page 1 : Title Page – Title, Pictures, Theme Your title must include the words “Survival Guide to Integers” (10 points) Page 2 : Introduction to Integers State at least three places of where we use negative numbers in real life (include specific examples of how they would be used in each) Give definitions and examples for these words: o Integer (provide examples of integers and numbers that are not integers) o Opposite of a number o Absolute value (20 points)

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