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Integers

Classwork

1. Name 5 integers.

6. Using the scoring system in the game of Jeopardy (you earn points for correct responses and lose points for incorrect

responses) what would be the final score after the following 5 responses:

a. Player 1 answers a 200 point question correct, a 150 point question wrong, a 50 point question correct, a 150

b. Player 2 answers a 100 point question wrong, a 50 point question correct, a 100 point question correct, a 150

c. Player 3 gets a 200 point question correct, a 200 point question wrong, a 50 point question wrong, a 150 point

7. Use the Jeopardy scoring system and create a sequence of 5 answers that would give you a score of:

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a. 300 points

b. -50 points

c. 0 points

Homework

h. Sea level.

13. Using the scoring system in the game of Jeopardy (you earn points for correct responses and lose points for incorrect

responses) what would be the final score after the following 5 responses:

a. Player 1 answers a 200 point question correct, a 50 point question wrong, a 250 point question correct, a 50

b. Player 2 answers a 200 point question wrong, a 100 point question correct, a 100 point question wrong, a 100

c. Player 3 gets a 150 point question correct, a 100 point question wrong, a 50 point question wrong, a 100 point

14. Use the Jeopardy scoring system and create a sequence of 5 answers that would give you a score of:

a. -150 points

b. 400 points

c. 0 points

Absolute Value

Classwork

15. Find:

a. │-12│

b. │25│

c. │-47│

d. │13│

16. Which numbers have the number given as their absolute value?

a. 150

b. 75

c. 14

d. 1250

17. How would you explain to a new student how to find the absolute value of -10 and +10?

Homework

18. Find:

a. │32│

b. │-35│

c. │-55│

d. │3│

19. Which numbers have the number given as their absolute value?

a. 72

b. 28

c. 155

d. 2500

20. How would you explain to a new student how to find the absolute value of 27 and -27?

Classwork

21. Place the appropriate inequality symbol between the following pairs of integers:

a. 3 -7

b. -8 -10

c. 12 -11

d. 7 7

e. -4 0

f. 0 5

22. Draw a number line and mark and label points for these numbers: 4, -7, 5, 0, -2, 1, -4

23. Draw a number line and mark and label points for these numbers: -15, 0, 7, 4, -3, -1, 9

24. If the temperature reading on a thermometer is 12°C, what will the new reading be if the temperature:

a. Falls 15°

b. Rises 3°

c. Falls 12°

25. If the temperature reading on a thermometer is -7°C, what will the new reading be if the temperature:

a. Falls 3°

b. Rises 5°

c. Rises 9°

Homework

26. Place the appropriate inequality symbol between the following pairs of integers:

a. 25 -25

b. -30 -30

c. -17 -15

d. -99 -100

e. -5 0

f. 0 -1

27. Draw a number line and mark and label points for these numbers: 15, -3, 0, 5, -9, 7, 11

28. Draw a number line and mark and label points for these numbers: -9, 1, 0, -3, 9, -1, -8

29. If the temperature reading on a thermometer is 5°C, what will the new reading be if the temperature:

a. Falls 15°

b. Rises 3°

c. Falls 12°

30. If the temperature reading on a thermometer is -10°C, what will the new reading be if the temperature:

a. Falls 3°

b. Rises 5°

c. Rises 9°

Classwork

31. Place the appropriate inequality symbol between the following pairs of integers:

2

a. 0.3

7

5

b. - -0.42

12

1

c. 0.2

4

2

d. -0.3

5

7

e. - -0.8

8

3

f. -0.5

5

3 3

32. Draw a number line and mark and label points for these numbers: 0, , -0.25, 1 , -2.5

4 4

2 2 7

33. Draw a number line and mark and label points for these numbers: 0.26, - , -3.1,1 , −2

7 3 8

Homework

34. Place the appropriate inequality symbol between the following pairs of integers:

5

a. -0.6

8

1

b. -0.12 -

9

2

c. -0.15

7

1

d. 0.55

2

3

e. -0.75 -

4

f. 0 0.36

1 2

35. Draw a number line and mark and label points for these numbers: 2 , -5, 2.26, 0, -3 , 8.1, -3.5

2 7

36. Draw a number line and mark and label points for these numbers: -0.73, 0, 2.53, 4.3, -0.39, -0.85

Exponents

Classwork

a. 53

b. 89

c. 112

40. 32 =

41. 42 =

42. 52 =

43. 33 =

44. 43 =

45. 53 =

46. 74 =

47. 34 =

48. 54 =

49. 45 =

50. 25 =

51. 15 =

Homework

a. 35

b. 58

c. 153

55. 62 =

56. 72 =

57. 82 =

58. 73 =

59. 63 =

60. 83 =

61. 44 =

62. 24 =

63. 84 =

64. 105 =

65. 55 =

66. 35 =

Numbers and Operations Unit Review Problems

a. 15

b. -15

c. 0

2. What is I-36I?

a. 36

b. -36

c. 0

3. What is I27I?

a. 27

b. -27

c. 0

4. -3 0

a. >

b. =

c. <

5. -5 -7

a. >

b. =

c. <

5

6. – − 0.45

7

a. >

b. =

c. <

7. A sunken ship is 150 feet below sea level. Which statement is expressed correctly?

a. 150 feet below sea level can be represented by the integer -150.

b. The depth of the sunken ship is -150 feet below sea level.

c. Both A & B

8. The temperature dropped by 10° F when the sun went down. Which statement is expressed correctly?

c. Both A & B

1 7

10. Put the following numbers in order on a number line: -3 , 4.7, 0, -2.58, , -5.2

3 8

11. It is well known that Antarctica has freezing temperatures. The chart below shows the average monthly

Month Jan Feb Mar April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec

Average Temp F

(rounded to nearest -26 -48 -72 -85 -86 -85 -88 -90 -87 -71 -45 -25

½ number.)

b. Hannah wrote the inequality -72 > -85 to compare the average temperatures for March and April. Explain

what this comparison means about the temperatures for these two dates.

12. A scuba diver is on an expedition to view whales in their natural habitat. The diver begins his journey on a boat, at

10 feet above the surface of the water. He spots his first whale at 100 feet below the surface.

b. Draw and plot these points on a number line to show the distance from the diver’s position on the boat to

c. The diver views a school of fish on his way back to the surface, 30 feet above the spot where he viewed

his first whale. What integer represents the diver’s depth during this sighting? Add this location to the

number line.

Answer Key: 6th Grade Numbers and Operations Chapter Problems

3. -20

4. 13

5.

a. -5

b. +25

c. +100

d. -75

e. +1,500

f. -200,000

g. -15

h. -35

6.

a. +50

b. 0

c. +300

8. 50

9. -11

10. -2

11. 7

12.

a. +11

b. -125

c. -15

d. +35

e. -12,000

f. -2.50

g. +100

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h. 0

13.

a. +500

b. -250

c. +350

15.

a. 12

b. 25

c. 47

d. 13

16.

a. -150, 150

b. -75, 75

c. -14, 14

d. -1250, 1250

17. Absolute value is the distance from zero on the number line, regardless of direction. -10 and 10 are both 10 units

18.

a. 32

b. 35

c. 55

d. 3

19.

a. -72, 72

b. -28, 28

c. -155, 155

d. -2500, 2500

20. Absolute value is the distance from zero on the number line, regardless of direction. -27 and 27 are both 27 units

21.

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a. 3 > -7

b. -8 > -10

c. 12 > -11

d. 7 = 7

e. -4 < 0

f. 0 < 5

24.

a. -3°C

b. 15°C

c. 0°C

25.

a. -10°C

b. -2°C

c. 2°C

26.

a. 25 > -25

b. -30 = -30

e. -5 < 0

f. 0 > -1

29.

a. -10°C

b. 8°C

c. -7°C

30.

a. -13°C

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b. -5°C

c. -1°C

31.

2

a. < 0.3

7

5

b. - > -0.42

12

1

c. 0.2 <

4

2

d. > -0.3

5

7

e. - < -0.8

8

3

f. -0.5 <

5

3 3

32. Order on number line: -2.5, -0.25, 0, , 1

4 4

7 2 2

33. Order on number line: -3.1, - 2 , - , 0.26, 1

8 7 3

34.

5

a. > -0.6

8

1

b. -0.12 < -

9

2

c. > -0.15

7

1

d. < 0.55

2

3

e. -0.75 = -

4

f. 0 < 0.36

2 1

35. Order on number line: -5, -3.5, -3 , 0, 2.26, 2 , 8.1

7 2

37.

a. base = 5, exponent = 3

b. base = 8, exponent = 9

39. 216 is the volume of a cube with side lengths of 6.

40. 9

41. 16

42. 25

43. 27

44. 64

45. 125

46. 2401

47. 81

48. 625

49. 1024

50. 32

51. 1

52.

a. base = 3, exponent = 5

b. base = 5, exponent = 8

55. 36

56. 49

57. 64

58. 343

59. 216

60. 512

61. 256

62. 16

63. 4096

64. 100,000

65. 3125

66. 243

1. a 4. c 7. a

2. a 5. a 8. c

3. a 6. c

9. 23, -23

1 7

10. Order on the number line: -5.2, -3 , -2.58, 0, , 4.7

3 8

11.a.

b. It means that the average temperature for March (-72) is warmer than the average

12.

a. -100

b and c.

c. -70

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