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Lesson 6.1 Name: ______

Integer: A positive or negative whole , or zero. Positive : All whole greater than zero. Negative Integer: All whole numbers less than zero. Opposite Integer: Two integers that are the same distance from zero on a . For example, -2 and 2 are opposites. Zero is considered the opposite of zero. The sum of two opposite integers is always zero.

Finding Integers based on statements

Statement Integer The runner lost 7 yards -7 The temperature rose 22 degrees 22 The player gained 5 yards 5 The temperature fell 16 degrees -16

PRACTICE: Page 252

For #4 to 15 – just print the integer (don’t graph it)

4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9)

10) 11) 12) 13) 14) ____ & ____ 15)

For #16 to 23 – just print the opposite integer (don’t graph it)

16) 17) 18) 19) 20)

21) 22) 23)

26) 27) 28) 29) 32)

over with Integers

1) 12 + -5 = ___ 2) 6 + -9 = ____

3) -7 + -3 = ___ 4) 12 + -12 = ____

5) -5 + -11 = ____ 6) 4 + -8 = ____

Subtraction with Integers

1) 11 – 6 = ____ 2) 11 - -6 = ____

3) -11 – 6 = ____ 4) -11 - -6 = ____

5) 12 - -12 = ____ 6) 5 – 11 = ____

6.1 HW Name: ______Print the integer that matches each statement below:

1) The hiker hiked 2 miles up the mountain. _____

2) The temperature increased by 17 degrees. _____

3) The runner lost 4 yards. _____

4) The airplane rose 2,000 feet. _____

5) The temperature fell 10 degrees. _____

6) The coal miner went 200 feet down into the mine. _____

Print the opposite of each integer below:

7) 12 ____ 8) -25 ____ 9) 0 ____ 10) -88 ____

11) 45 ____ 12) 8 ____ 13) -11 ____ 14) 5 ____

Multiple Choice: Circle the best answer

15) Which of the following is a positive integer? -4 0 2.5 8

16) Which of the following is not a negative integer? -4 -½ 0 -8

17) When an integer is added to its opposite, the sum will always be:

Equal to the positive integer Zero The difference of the 2 numbers

18) The smallest positive integer is: 0 1 ½ -1

19) The largest negative integer is: 0 1 -1 negative

Lesson 6.2 Comparing and Ordering Integers Name: ______

The key thing to remember when comparing or ordering integers from least to greatest is this:

When comparing or ordering negative integers – the larger the number itself is (without the negative ), the smaller the value.

For example: -5 is less than -3. And -2 is greater than -8.

Practice: Page 258

For #4 to 11 – Print both integers and CIRCLE the one that is larger

4) 5) 6) 7) 8)

9) 10) 11)

14) ______

15) ______

16) ______

17) ______

18) ______

19) ______

20) a) _____ b) _____

21) ______OVER

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22) least ____ greatest ____

23) 24)

26)

27)

28) a)

b)

6.2 HW Name: ______

For each of integers below, put them in from LEAST to GREATEST:

1) 2, -3, -5, 0, -1 ______

2) 5, -5, -8, -9, 2 ______

3) -16, -17, -19, -14, -10 ______

4) -101, -103, -111, -100, -99 ______

5) 0, 5, -22, -23, -11 ______

6) -59, -58, -60, -61, -57 ______

7) -35, 0, -33, -36, 20 ______

8) 27, -27, 26, -26, 2 ______

Circle TRUE or FALSE

9) -112 is less than -120. TRUE FALSE

10) -120 is greater than -112. TRUE FALSE

11) There are no integers between -11 and -12. TRUE FALSE

12) 0 is less than -5. TRUE FALSE

Lesson 6.3 and on the Number Line Name: ______

Graphing Negative Fractions and Decimals The number line below shows integers only, with an equal number of spaces between each integer. You are asked to graph the following negative numbers: - 1 - .5 - 1 3 - 1.75 4 4

-2 -1 0 1 2

-1.75 & -1 3 -.5 - 1 4 4

Comparing Fractions When comparing two positive fractions with the same denominator, the with the largest numerator is greater. If the fractions are negative, then the fraction with the largest numerator is less than the other.

3 > 2 - 3 < - 2 5 5 5 5

When two fractions have different denominators, you must first find the Least Common Denominator (LCD) and change both fractions, so that the denominators are the same. Then follow the rules above to find which is greater. EXAMPLE: Which is greater; 2 or 4 ? 5 9

The LCD is 45. 2 = 18 and 4 = 20 therefore, 4 > 2 5 45 9 45 9 5

Comparing Decimals When comparing two decimals, compare each digit place position by place position to see which is larger. EXAMPLE: Which is greater; .32 or .4 ? .4 is greater because the digit in the tenths place in .4 is larger than it is in .32

Another way to compare decimals is to add zeros to one so that the number of places is the same in both numbers. EXAMPLE: Which is greater; .358 or .51 ? Add a zero to .51 to make it .510. Now you can see that 510 is larger than 358, so .51 is greater than .358.

-2 -1 0 1 2 Graph each of the following numbers on the number line above, and label them with the letter below the number: a) - .25 b) - 1 3 ) 1.75 d) – 2 1 4 2

Page 264: For #10 to 18, just print the number that is LARGER

10) 11) 12) 13) 14)

15) 16) 17) 18)

19) small or large (circle one)

20) ______

21) ______

22) ______

23) ______

CHALLENGE 27) There are 2 positive integers that make the statement true. What are they?

_____ and _____. Also, any less than _____ also makes the statement true. 6.3 HW Name: ______

Circle the LARGER of each pair of numbers:

1) - 3 - 2 2) -.5 -.48 3) -2 2 -2 2 5 5 3 5

4) -5.66 -5.6 5) - 3 - 2 6) -51.02 -51.1 5 3

7) - 4 - 4 8) 0 -.01 9) - 5 - 3 9 11 6 4

10) 2.1 - 2.1 11) - 1 5 - 1 7 12) -44.001 -44.3 8 8

Lesson 6.4 Name: ______

The Absolute Value of a number is the distance of that number from zero on a number line.

The absolute value of 4 is 4, because 4 is 4 positions away from zero on a number line.

The absolute value of -4 is 4, because -4 is also 4 positions away from zero on a number line.

The symbol for absolute value is: | 5 |

| 5 | = 5 | -5 | = 5

CHAPTER 6 REVIEW

1) | 3 | = ___ 2) | -7 | = ___ 3) | -5.2 | = ___ 4) | 3 | = ___ 4

Print the integer that matches the statement:

5) 4 degrees below zero ___ 6) The hiker climbed 3,000 feet ___

7) The miner went down 2 miles ___ 8) The plane dropped 500 feet ___

9) The customer deposited \$500 into his account ____ 10) We lost 12 men ___

Print the OPPOSITE of each integer:

11) -22 ___ 12) 0 ___ 13) 48 ___ 14) 9 ___

CIRCLE the LARGER for each pair of numbers:

15) -15 -17 16) -4.3 -4.6 17) - 3 - 3 4 5

18) -.3 -.05 19) - 1 3 - 1 5 20) -4.22 -4.216 4 6

Over 21) - 3 - 3 22) -3.4 -3.09 23) - 4 - 5 8 5 5 7

24) -5.2 -5.012 25) - 7 - 3 10 4

CHALLENGE PROBLEMS 1) I am a number. I am halfway between -25 and 7 on an integer number line. What number am I? ____

2) This of integers is missing one integer. -2, 5, -5, 4, -8, 7 With the missing integer, the median will be -2. The missing integer must be equal or less than what integer? ____

3) This set of integers is missing one integer. -2, 5, -5, 4, -8, 7, -9 With the missing integer, the median will be zero. What is the missing integer?

____

4) Find the LARGEST 6-digit whole number with these conditions: • The difference of the first and last digit is half the sum of the two middle digits • No single digit may be used more than once • The sum of all digits must be less than 30

______, ______

5) Challenge 24 Only + and - No addition

13 ______31 3 9 ______

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