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I am thinking of two mystery numbers. The numbers are opposite. The distance between the numbers on a number line is 30. What are my two numbers? -15 and 15
The low temperature on Friday was 8 degrees below zero. The high temperature on Sunday was 2 degrees. What is the absolute value of the temperature on Friday? (-8)=8
Put the following temperatures in order from coldest to warmest: 1 degrees, 12 degrees, -3 degrees, 0 degrees, -8 degrees. -8, -3, 0, 1, 12
In the game, Jaci gets the score of -19 in the first round and -6 in the second round. What is her total score by the end of the two rounds? -25
Which of the following equations have equivalent solutions? A. -15-(-4) B. -16 + 4 C. 4-16 D. 4 + (-16) A, B, C, D
Alex received a notice that his bank account was overdrawn by $24. He made a deposit later that day. His balance was now brought to $60. How much money did Alex deposit? 36
Which of the following is a true statement? A. -4>-3 B. 8<-13 C. -7<-6 D. -2>0 C
McKinley owes $5 to each of 7 friends. How can this be written in a numerical expression? -5 x 7
Here are some golf scores: -4, 6, 8, -14, 5. What is the team's score? 1
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