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Grade Homework 17

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**Lesson 1-2 Absolute Value**

Integers - the set of whole numbers and their opposites. Which are examples of Integers? 9 yes -8 27.123 no, not a whole number or its opposite yes because it equals 5 No, not a perfect square

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**Integers can be represented as points on a number line.**

Write Integers for Real-Life Situations A 15 yard loss -15 3 inches above normal +3 10 degrees below zero -10 A gain of $50 +50

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Integers can be represented as points on a number line. Compare two integers What are the inequality symbols for: ______Greater than ______Less than ______Greater than or equal to ______Less than or equal to > < < 15 _____ 29 -8 _____ 0 -3 ______ -7 6 ______ -87 < > >

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**= 7 = 7 = -23 Integers can be represented as points on a number line.**

The distance a number is from zero on a number line. The symbol for absolute value is two vertical bars on either side of the number. Absolute Value - = 7 = 7 Evaluate: = -23

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