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Operations with IntegersIntegrated Mathematics
Addition Rules Positive + Positive = PositiveNegative + Negative = Negative Positive + Negative or Negative + Positive Subtract & Take Sign of Number Further from Zero
Addition Rules When the signs are the SAMEAdd and keep the Same Sign When the signs are DIFFERENT Subtract and keep the sign of the number further from ZERO
Adding Integers Ex.1) −𝟑+𝟓 Ex.2) −𝟒+(−𝟓) Ex.3) −𝟒+𝟗 Ex.4) −𝟓+𝟐
Adding Integers Ex.5) −𝟏𝟐+(−𝟕) Ex.6) 𝟏𝟑+(−𝟕) Ex.7) −𝟏𝟓+𝟏𝟎 Ex.8) −𝟏𝟐+𝟐𝟓
Practice -4 + 10 6) 9 + (-16) 5 + (-2) - 8 + (-8) -3 + (-7) 13 + 05 + (-5) 6) 9 + (-16) - 8 + (-8) 13 + 0 11 + (-6)
Subtraction Rules Ex.11) −𝟑−𝟒 Ex.12) −𝟖−(−𝟓) Ex.13) −𝟒−(−𝟔) Ex.14) 𝟐−𝟔Use Addition Rules Make two minus signs into a plus sign Ex.11) −𝟑−𝟒 Ex.12) −𝟖−(−𝟓) Ex.13) −𝟒−(−𝟔) Ex.14) 𝟐−𝟔
Subtracting Integers Ex.15) 𝟒−𝟗 Ex.16) 𝟔−(−𝟒) Ex.17) −𝟒−𝟏𝟕
Rules for Multiplication/DivisionWhen the signs are Different, the answer is Negative. When the signs are THE SAME the answer is Positive. RULES + -
Multiplying Integers Ex.19) 8(− 5) Ex.20) (−𝟕)∙𝟓 Ex.21) (−𝟑)(−𝟒)
Dividing Integers Ex.25) 15÷ −3 Ex.26) −21÷(−7) Ex.27) −44 −11
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ALGEBRA 1 Operations with Integers
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