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Math 2/27/2012 Use the additive inverse rule to change subtraction to additions and the second number to its opposite for each of the following = 18- (-7) = -34 – (-19) = +31 – (+13) = Homework: turn in #27-29 pg (if you didnt turn in 2.4 and #23-26 pg 36 last week) Begin Subtraction worksheet Homework: Subtracting large integers worksheet Quiz on Wednesday Monday Week 3 Starter:Agenda: Math objective: Practice using the additive inverse rule to solve subtraction of integer problems.

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Math 2/28/2012 Use the additive inverse rule to change subtraction to additions and the second number to its opposite for each of the following = 21- (-17) = -14 – (-9) = +31 – (+41) = Homework: Subtracting large integers worksheet Begin 3.1 pg 44,45 Homework: Refection pg 41 IQIA Quiz tomorrow on rules and using the additive inverse method Tuesday Week 3 Starter:Agenda: Math objective: Practice using the additive inverse rule to solve subtraction of integer problems.

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Math 2/29/2012 Use the additive inverse rule to solve: 55 - (-77) = Quiz today Turn in Homework: Refection pg 41 IQIA Complete 3.1 pg 44,45 Homework: #1-3 pg50-51 Wednesday Week 3 Starter: Agenda: Math objective: Using the additive inverse rule solve subtraction of integer problems-assessment

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Math 3/01/2012 Please get out 3.1 According to the number sentences in 3.1, A 1-5 Answer the following (+4) x (+4)= (+2) x (-3) = (-2) x (-3) = Turn in: Homework #1-3 pg50-51 Finish 3.1 and turn in (10 min.) Summarize (10 min) Begin 3.2 (10 min.) Homework: #4-6 pg 51 Thursday Week 3 Starter: Agenda: Math objective: discover through the use of a number line and times in the past and future, what happens when you multiply integers

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Math 3/02/2012 No School/Non-student Day Teacher In-service Day Friday Week 3 Starter:Agenda: Math objective:

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