c What would the number 0 represent in this context 8 In a checking account

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c.What would the number 0 represent in this context? 8. In a checking account, every time money is added to or taken out of the account, a new balance is calculated. a.If a checkbook has a balance of -\$23.56, what does that mean? b.If a checkbook has a balance of \$142.41, what does that mean? c.If a checkbook has a balance of \$0, what does that mean? 9. The altitude of an object is often described as a number of feet above or below sea level. 1.Suppose an object is an altitude of 146212 feet. Explain what this means and suggest an example of an object that could be located at this elevation. b.Suppose an object is an altitude of -47234 feet. Explain what this means and suggest an example of an object that could be located at this elevation. c.What would it mean if the altitude of an object is 0 feet?
1. Decide as a group how many scoops of each ingredient you would like (and can afford!) Pretzels _______________ Chex (regular) _________________ Chex (Cheddar) ________________ Peanuts _________________ Cheetos _________________ 2. Find the total price of each ingredient in your perfect snack recipe Pretzels _______________ Chex (regular) _________________ Chex (Cheddar) ________________ Peanuts _________________ Cheetos _________________ 3. Find the total price of your entire recipe. Remember, you may not spend more than \$50. __________________________________________________________ 4. How much money will your group get back from \$50?_____________________________________________________________Check for your understanding: 1. What number goes in the empty box ? 2 9. 9 6 - 28 8/8/16
1 -1 4 5 6 - 5 6 0 2.Marie brought \$25.50 with her to the grocery store. Below is a list of what she bought. How much change did Marie get?
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Summative Assessment # Standard Code Question 1 7.NS.1.3 7.EE.2.3 2 7.NS.1.3 7.EE.2.3 3 7.NS.1.3 7.EE.2.3 4 7.NS.1.3 8/8/16
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1 1 7.NS.1.2b ,d 1 2 7.NS.1.2b ,d 8/8/16

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• Spring '14
• Aponte
• Addition, Negative and non-negative numbers