Integers Packet (Thanks Laura Benns!).pdf

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13. What is the difference in elevation between Mt. McKinley (+20,320 feet) and Mt. Everest (+29,035 feet)? 14. Find the difference in elevation between Death Valley ( 282 - feet) and the Dead Sea ( 1348 - feet). 15. The highest ever recorded temperature on earth was 136 F ° in the US and the lowest was 129 F - ° in Antarctica. What is the difference of these temperatures recorded on Earth? 16. The temperature in Mrs. Cagle’s room was 14 F - ° yesterday, but it rose 8 F ° today. What is the new temperature today? 17. The boiling point of water is 212 F ° and 460 F - ° is its absolute lowest temperature. Find the difference between these two temperatures.
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Created by Lance Mangham, 6 th grade teacher, Carroll ISD Activity 3-12: More Negatives Name: A negative sign signifies the opposite of an integer. For example, the opposite of 4 is 4 - . The opposite of 4 - would be ( 4) - - . As we have learned from subtracting and our discussions of subtraction ( 4) - - is equal to 4. Simplify each expression. 1. ( 8) - - 2. (27) - 3. 36 - 4. 45 - 5. 14 - - 6. 0 - 7. ( 12) - - 8. ( 57) - - 9. ( 20) - - 10. 51 - 11. 25 - - 12. ( 16) - - - Match the integer expression with the verbal expression. 13. 12 - (A) the opposite of negative twelve 14. 12 - (B) the absolute value of twelve 15. 12 - - (C) the opposite of the absolute value of negative twelve 16. ( 12) - - (D) the absolute value of negative twelve 17. 12 (E) the opposite of the absolute value of twelve Solve and explain. 18. Is there a least positive integer? Explain. 19. Is there a greatest positive integer? Explain. 20. Is there a smallest integer that is negative? Explain. 21. Is there a largest integer that is negative? Explain. Write always, never, or sometimes. 22. The sum of two negative integers is negative… 23. The sum of a positive integer and a negative integer is positive… 24. The sum of 0 and a negative integer is positive… 25. Zero minus a positive integer is negative… 26. The difference of two negative integers is negative… Temperature on Pluto = 370 F - ° Temperature on Mercury = 950 F ° Temperature on Earth = 59 F ° Temperature on the moon during the day = 417 F ° Temperature on the moon during the night = 299 F - ° Temperature at moon’s poles is constantly 141 F - ° Using the table above, write and solve five word problems involving the concepts we have learned about integers. At least three of the problems should involve addition or subtraction.
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Created by Lance Mangham, 6 th grade teacher, Carroll ISD Activity 3-13: Master’s Golf Results Name: In golf, the goal is to get the lowest score possible. A score of “E” is equivalent to a 0. Use the table to answer the following questions. 1. List the 12 players above in order from best to worst based on their 4 th round score . If there is a tie, the player with the better final score should come first. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13-24. Determine the absolute value of the final score for each player. Phil Mickelson Lee Westwood Anthony Kim Tiger Woods Fred Couples Ian Poulter Ernie Els Kenny Perry Lucas Glover Retief Goosen Zach Johnson Sergio Garcia Determine the sum of the following groups of players’ final scores .
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