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# Integer Operations

4 x -5 = -20
-14 ÷ -2 = 7
6 + -2 4
5 - 7 -2
8 - -3 11
-4 + -5 -9
20 - -9 29
8 + 12 20
-7 + -3 -10
-6 ÷ -6 1
-11 + 4 -7
-9 ÷ 3 -3
Describe 4 + -6 in a balloon situation. Also find the final answer. A balloon at 4 gains 6 weight OR A balloon gains 4 heat then gains 6 weight. Answer: -2
Describe -3 - 7 in a balloon situation. Also find the final answer. A balloon at -3 loses 7 heat OR A balloon gains 3 weight then loses 7 heat. Answer: -10
Describe -2 + 9 in a balloon situation. Also find the final answer. A balloon at -2 gains 9 heat OR a balloon gains 2 weight then gains 9 heat. Answer: 7
Describe 5 - (-1) in a balloon situation. Also find the final answer. A balloon at 5 loses 1 weight OR a balloon gains 5 heat then loses 1 weight. Answer: 6
A balloon gains 5 heat per minute for 3 minutes. Where does it end up? 5 x 3 = 15
A balloon gains 6 weight per minute for 4 minutes. Where does it end up? -6 x 4 = -24
When subtracting, if the smaller number is first, the answer will be ________ negative
When subtracting, if the larger number is first, the answer will be ________ positive
The meaning of addition is ________ combining things together
The meaning of subtraction is ________ taking things away
The meaning of multiplication is ______ Combining identical groups
The meaning of division is ______ Splitting into equal groups
5 is which of the following: whole number, integer, rational number (may be more than one of these) whole number, integer, rational number
0.3 is which of the following: whole number, integer, rational number (may be more than one of these) rational number
-8 is which of the following: whole number, integer, rational number (may be more than one of these) integer, rational number
-1.6 is which of the following: whole number, integer, rational number (may be more than one of these) rational number
0 is which of the following: whole number, integer, rational number (may be more than one of these) whole number, integer, rational number
-1 is which of the following: whole number, integer, rational number (may be more than one of these) integer, rational number
5/3 is which of the following: whole number, integer, rational number (may be more than one of these) rational number
The difference between integers and whole numbers is _______ integers are allowed to be negative
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