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- Chapter 2 Examples
- 2-4 Dividing Rational Numbers
- 1-5 Distributive Property
- 2-1 Rational Numbers & Absolute Value
- 1-3 Open Sentences
- 2-6 Probability vs. Odds
- 2-2 Adding & Subtracting Rational Numbers
- 1-6 Commutative & Associative
- 1-4 Ma Thematic Properties
- Chapter 1 Examples
- 2-5 Statistics & Analyzing Data
- Chapter 3 Examples
- 1 8 Graphing
- 12-2 Nets & Surface Area
- 13-1 Volume of Prisms & Cylinders 13-2
- 1-1 Variables & Expressions
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Objective

Students will multiply real numbers

Rules for Multiplying &

Dividing Integers

The rules for multiplying real numbers are:

If the signs are the same the

answer is positive

If the signs are different the

answer is negative.

Example #1 – Same Signs

Multiply 3●3

The Signs are the same…

so your answer will be positive

3●3= 9

Example #2 – Same Signs

Multiply - 3 ● (- 5)

Signs are the SAME…

so your answer will be positive

- 3 ● (- 5) = 15

YES…Even if both signs are

NEGATIVE……

when

multiplying (and dividing) !!

!!!

Are you

YES,

sure ‘bout

dat??

TROG!!

Examples

5 • 3 = 15 Signs are

-6 • - 5 = 30 Different!!

12 • 2 = 24

-5 • -3 = 15

-4 • 2 = -8

Example #3 – Different Signs

Multiply 5 ● (- 8)

In this instance the factors

have different signs. The 5 is

positive and the 8 is negative

– your answer will be negative

5 ● (- 8) = - 40

Example #4 – Different Signs

Multiply -6 ● 3

- 6 ● 3 = - 18

Comment

life easy is to chunk the problem…that is

first…

2. Then figure out the sign

Chunking

Multiply - 10 ● 4

of 40

10 ● 4 = 40

2. Then evaluate for the signs – in this

instance the signs are different so your answer

will be negative

— ● + = —

The solution to the problem is: -10 ● 4 = -

40

Remember:

Negative • Negative = Positive

Positive • Negative = Negative

Negative • Positive = Negative

Comment

Make no mistake about it…we

will use this concept throughout

this course…!!

Copy and complete these on a separate

sheet for classwork.

3•4= -3 • -6 =

12(-4) = -2(-3) =

3(2)(2) = -4(3) =

4² = -3² =

-2(-3)(4) = -1³ =

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