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DiMauro-Chapter 2

Chapter 2 - Rational Number Operations

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What you add to a number to get zero. The negative of a number. Example: The additive inverse of -5 is 5, because -5 + 5 = 0. The additive inverse of +5 is -5 as well. Additive Inverse
A pair of numbers that add to zero, for examle -2 and +2 Zero Pair
Distance from Zero Absolute Value
The order in which math operations should be done; Known by the acronym PEMDAS Order of Operations
A word formed from the initial letters of a name, such as WAC for Women's Army Corps or LOL as in Lots of Laughs Acronym
Acronym that stands for Keep Change Change; used to subtract integers KCC
Acronym that stands for Like Signs ADD/Unlike Signs SUBTRACT (Los Angeles, United States) LA/US
The best Math teacher in the state of Connecticut Mrs. DiMauro
The best school in the state of Connecticut Cesar Batalla
A postive or negative number that is NOT a decimal or a fraction; for example -3, 5, 0, 2 Integer
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