# Integers

Read, compare, and Placement

**• Today is Monday September 10, 2012
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– Today you are taking notes over integers – Don’t forget to be finishing any missing evidence – QUIZ THIS FRIDAY!

Bell Work - respond to this quote: “When the power of love overcomes the love of power, then we will know peace.” - Jimi Hendrix

**• Today is Tuesday September 11, 2012
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– Today you are taking notes over integers – Don’t forget to be finishing any missing evidence – QUIZ THIS FRIDAY!

Bell Work 1. -54 ____ 53 2. -67 ____ -69 3. I-6I ____ I6I 4. Make a number line and order 3, -5, 1, -2, 0 THANKS!!!

What’s an integer?

• Natural numbers (counting numbers)

– Whole numbers (include zero)

• Integers are negatives (opposites)

**• Opposites are numbers that are the same distance away from zero, measured in units.
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– A positive becomes a negative and negative becomes positive.

• Absolute value – the distance away from zero I-3I = 3 as does I3I = 3

**1.6 – comparing and ordering
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• Finding absolute value – count the number of units until you reach zero. • Comparing – what is greater, less than or equal to

< means less than

> means greater than = means equal to

**• THE GREATEST NUMBER IS THE ONE THAT IS FARTHEST RIGHT ON THE NUMBER LINE
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– When comparing, a positive number is always greater than a negative number. 5 > -122

**– A smaller negative number is always greater than a larger negative number -7 < -4
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– A larger positive number is greater than the smallest. 123 > 120

Practice

In your group answer the following questions: 1. Make the statement true -53 _?_ -54 2. What is the opposite of these numbers, -5, 89, -586, 65859? 3. What is the absolute value of I-9I, I10I and I-15I? 4. Order these numbers from least to greatest 2, -3, -7, 1, 10

**1.7 adding and subtracting integers
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• Use a number to help direct you to your answer.

– moves left

+ moves right.

• Borrow is negative while earn is positive (thinking of money)

Adding Integers

• Key concepts

– Different signs – than the number with the largest absolute value keeps the sign.

-3 + 5 = 2 while 3 + (-5) = -2 Use a number line to help you.

**– Same sign – than the sum of the two numbers keeps the sign.
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5 + 3 = 8 while -5 + (-3) = -8

Subtracting Integers

• Use a number line • Add it’s opposite • Hint subtracting a negative “bumps” into a positive 5 – (-5) = 5 +5 they both equal 10

**Practice Adding and Subtracting Integers
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• Adding a negative number is like subtracting as well. 9 + (-4) = 5 is the same as 9 – 4 = 5 • Using the number line.

– Start with the first number of the problem and then move the appropriate spaces of the rest of the problem. 5 + (-4) =

Practice the quick check on page 39.

1.8 Multiplying Integers

Multiplication is no longer an X symbol it is either a * or () 5(5) = 25 as is 5*5 = 25 5(-6) = -30 Multiplying (operate like a whole number) • same sign the product will be positive • different signs the product will be negative

1.8 Dividing Integers

Division can look like these three – / ÷ Dividing (operate like a whole number) • Same signs the quotient is positive • Different signs the quotient is negative

“Advanced”

• You can use absolute value I-3I in a problem…

Example 8I-3I is the same as 8*3 = 24 8I3I is the same as 8*3 = 24

Evidence

• If your decimal quiz, pg630 were not counted as an artifact two weeks ago please be working on those.

– I need evidence that you can add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals.

• Re-do quiz or conference with Jones • Fix pg 630 #1-16 or schedule a conference with Jones

• I also need evidence from last week that you can find the Prime factorization of a number as well as the LCM and GCF. • Ready for this week…. Go to next slide

Evidence

• This week practice is on pg 33, 41, and 46 in the green book or pg 32 in the red book (to challenge or advance yourself). Check your answers in the bac of the book or with your friends. You can also challenge your partners by creating problems. If you are ready to work on an artifact: 1. Raise your hand for me to see your practice work or explain to me how you are ready. 2. If I approve your practice I will give you a classroom copy list of assignment to choose from. 3. Turn in your evidence (the assignment) in the file folder make sure to answer these questions: Do you show work to support your answer? Is it neat enough I can read it, is it on the lines? Did you circle your answers? Is HAND in the upper right hand corner? 4. Unsatisfying work will be returned to you. You will need to choose another assignment. 5. Feel free to always schedule a conference with me. THANKS! •

**Compare, Order and Operate Integers
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• Pg 630 # 21 – 36 show work for all (Quiz on this Friday)