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The opposite of - 4 is 4 is written as - (- 4) = 4 - (- 4) = 4 ... 5)2 means (- 5)(- 5) = 25. - 52 means the opposite of 5 5, or - 25. ...

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Presents What are integers? 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 positive numbers negative numbers Integers is the family name for positive and negative whole numbers.

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Rule: Change the subtraction to addition. How do you do that? Keep- Change- Change. Keep the 1st number. Change the subtraction sign to an addition sign. ...

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Solve for the unknown in each equation. 4 (-3) = a. 5-Minute Check ... Solve each equation. n = 6 (-4) n = 6 (-4) To subtract 4, add 4. n = 6 4 ...

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... the product of 6 and 10. You can solve this problem by looking for a pattern. ... p = -7(11) The two factors have different signs. Example 2. Solve p = -7(11) ...

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Integers Integers are whole numbers that describe opposite ideas in mathematics. Integers can either be negative(-), positive(+) or zero. The integer zero is neutral.

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i) 8, 7 j) - 8, - 7 k) 5, -1 l) 0, -2. m) 0, 3 n) - 5, 0 o) 14, -10 p) - 9, 0 ... Jill has $100 in the bank. She owes 3 of her friends $10 dollars each. What ...

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