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100What is 0 degree F?
Solve.
The temperature at 6 a.m. was 12 degrees F. By 10 a.m., it had risen 5 degree. By 10 p.m., the temperature had dropped 3 degree. What was the temperature at 10 p.m.?

100What is 3?
7 + 3 =

100What is 4?
7  11 =

100What is 14, +6, 22?
What are the opposites of these integers?
+14, 6, +22

100What is negative integers?
Integers less than 0

200What is 16 feet below sea level, or 16 feet?
Double Jeopardy
Solve.
A scuba diver descended to 14 feet below sea level. She then ascended 4 feet and swam 10 feet ahead. She then descended 6 feet. At what depth is she now?

200What is 4?
2 + 6 =

200What is 2?
6  (8) =

200What is > (greater than)
Compare. <, >, or =
10 ___ 11

200What is positive intergers?
Integers greater than 0

300What is their 30yard line?
Solve.
Starting on their own 40yard line, the Tigers gained 5 yards on their first play. Then they lost 15 yards in a penalty. What yard line are they on now?

300What is 13?
37 + 24 =

300What is 2?
4  6 =

300What is 4 + 5 = 1
Double Jeopardy
Using the number line to the right, show me the addition problem that is modeled on the number line below?

300What is opposites?
integers that are the same distance from 0 on a number line, but is opposite directions

400What is 35 ft?
Solve.
A treasure hunter started exploring at 50 ft from the water's surface and then went down to 85 ft. Which of the following describes the treasure hunter's change in depth?

400What is x = 8?
x + 4 = 4

400What is 59?
41  18 =

400What is 1542, 1556, 1565, 1576?
Order from greatest to least
1565, 1556, 1576, 1542

400What is absolute value?
an integer's distance from 0 on a number line

500What is 34 ft?
Solve.
Two explorers start a hike in a valley 12 feet below sea level. When they finish their hike they are at 22 feet above sea level. What is the difference between the two elevations?

500What is x = 5?
x + 6 = 1

500What is 74?
51  (23) =

500What is +300 and 20?
Name an integer to represent each situation.
A profit of $300.
A loss of 20 yards.

500What is Additive Inverse?
the opposite of a given number
