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Multiplying and Dividing IntegersMath 7
Multiplying Integers Multiply like normal (ignoring signs)Look at the signs: If the signs are the same (both + or both -), then the answer is positive If the signs are different (one of each), then the answer is negative
Examples of Multiplying Integers
More Multiplying Different ways to write multiplication: “dot”-5 ∙ 7 With parenthesis…one set or two 4(-5) = -8(6) = (-9)(3) = (-12)(-4) =
Dividing Integers Divide like normal (ignoring signs)Look at the signs. Signs same, answer positive; signs different, answer negative
Examples of Dividing Integers
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Multiplying and Dividing Integers
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1.4-5: Multiplying Integers: Basic Rules. Ways to Express multiplication Remember: All of these mean the same thing: Five times four 5 × 4 5 · 4 5(4)
INTEGERS: adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing
Objective: Learn to multiply and divide integers.
Multiplying Integers. Warm Up 1.9 x 3 =5. 6 x 9 = 2.7 x 10 =6. 10 x 23 = 3.9 x 8 =7. 9 x 9 = 4.15 x 10 =8. 10 x 20 =
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Integers. Adding integers Both positive…add as usual Both negative…add as usual and answer is negative Positive and negative…subtract…take the sign of.
Integer Rules. Adding with the same sign Rules Rules Add like normal Add like normal Keep the sign Keep the sign Examples Examples = -22 (all.
Rules of Integers. Positive numbers are numbers that are above zero. Negative numbers are numbers below zero.
1.3B MULTIPLYING AND DIVIDING INTEGERS I can multiply and divide integers to solve problems involving integers.
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Bell Ringer = – 5 = = ÷ -2 = =6. -7 – (-7) = After you have completed the bell ringer, take out your homework!
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