Integers Packet (Thanks Laura Benns!).pdf

B the pool temperature was 78 degrees fahrenheit c

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B The pool temperature was 78 degrees Fahrenheit. C Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit. D The low temperature in December is -3 degrees Fahrenheit. E The temperature in the refrigerator was 34 degrees Fahrenheit. Think of the days of the week as integers. Let today be 0, and let days in the past be negative and days in the future be positive. 2. If today is Tuesday, what integer stands for last Sunday? 3. If today is Wednesday, what integer stands for next Saturday? 4. If today is Friday, what integer stands for last Saturday? 5. If today is Monday, what integer stands for next Monday? Write an integer to represent each situation. 6. moving backwards 4 spaces on a game board 7. going up 3 flights in an elevator 8. a 5-point penalty in a game 9. a $1 increase in your allowance Order from least to greatest. 10. {6, 3,1, 1, 5,7,0,9} - - - 11. {2, 1,3,4, 6,13, 8,2} - - - Absolute Value: Pick seven students to the front of the class each holding a number from 3 - to +3. Look at how far away the students are away from person zero.
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Created by Lance Mangham, 6 th grade teacher, Carroll ISD Activity 3-4: Addition of Integers Name: Solve. 1. 2 8 - + - 2. 8 4 + - 3. 6 3 - + 4. 6 4 + - 5. 1 7 - + 6. 8 3 - + 7. 2 6 - + - 8. 6 9 + - 9. 5 7 - + - 10. 4 7 - + - 11. 4 7 + - 12. 4 7 - + 13. 2 1 3 + - + - 14. 0 5 + - 15. 3 2 1 + + - 16. 5 5 - + 17. 6 1 - + 18. 6 1 + - Some of the sixth grade teachers decide to try out for the Dallas Cowboys. They each are allowed one rushing attempt against the Cowboys defense. The table below summarizes the results of their attempts: Johnsen 8 - Atkins 19 - Hoag +18 Underwood +24 Loewen +2 Buckmaster 26 - Snow 13 - Mangham +37 Landry +6 Use the table above to answer the following addition problems. Show both your expressions and answers on a separate sheet of paper. 19. Mangham + Buckmaster 20. Underwood + Johnsen 21. Snow + Atkins 22. Hoag + Landry 23. Atkins + Mangham 24. Snow + Landry 25. Loewen + Underwood 26. Johnsen + Buckmaster 27. Snow + Hoag 28. Landry + Johnsen 29. Underwood + Mangham 30. Atkins + Buckmaster 31. Hoag + Atkins + Snow 32. Hoag + Landry + Loewen 33. Buckmaster + Atkins 34. Johnsen + Hoag 35. Place the teachers in order from the worst carry (smallest) to the best carry (largest). Compare. Write <, >, or =. 36. 5 6 _____ 6 5 - + - + - 37. 8 10 _____ 3 6 - + - + 38. 4 9 _____ 8 5 - + - - + - 39. 20 12 _____ 12 4 + - - + -
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Created by Lance Mangham, 6 th grade teacher, Carroll ISD Activity 3-5: Addition of Integers on a Number Line Name: Below are several rushing attempts in a football game. Plot the attempts on the number lines to determine to total amount of yardage. 1. a gain of 3 yards and then a gain of 4 yards (3 + 4) -10 -5 0 5 10 2. a loss of 5 yards and then a gain of 7 yards ( 5 7 - + ) -10 -5 0 5 10 3. a loss of six yards and then another loss of 2 yards ( 6 2 - + - ) -10 -5 0 5 10 4. a gain of 8 yards and then a loss of 9 yards ( 8 9 + - ) -10 -5 0 5 10 5. a loss of 3 yards and then a loss of 1 yard ( 3 1 - + - ) -10 -5 0 5 10 6. a gain of 7 yards and then a loss of 7 yards ( 7 7 + - ) -10 -5 0 5 10
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Created by Lance Mangham, 6 th grade teacher, Carroll ISD Activity 3-6: Addition of Integers with Models Name: 1.
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