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Title: Addition and Subtraction of Rational Numbers


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Addition and Subtraction of Rational Numbers
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Rational Numbers
  •  

Number As a Fraction Rational?
5
1.75
.001
-2
3
Adding and Subtracting Rational Numbers
  • Adding and Subtracting Rational Numbers may
    require you to combine numbers that are integers,
    decimals, and fractions. You may need to convert
    to the same form.
  • Use integer add and subtract rules when needed.
  • When you add or subtract fractions you must have
    a common denominator.
  • To add and subtract decimals, be sure the decimal
    points are lined up so that the place-values are
    also lined up.

4
Find the sum.1) -2.304 (-0.26)
  • Line up the decimals and use integer add (same
    signs) rule.
  • -2.564

Get a common denominator use integer add
(different signs) rule (subtract, take the sign
of the greater value.
5
Find the difference.
3)
Change subtraction to adding the opposite.
Get a common denominator.
Subtract and keep sign of the larger number.
6
Find the difference.
Change subtraction to adding the opposite.
Get a common denominator and subtract. Take sign
of greater value.
7
 
Change to the same form first Then add
using integer add rules for different signs
(subtract, take sign of greater)
8
Extra Practice Do each problem below on the back
of the rational number chart. Work with a peer
use your notes.
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