Integers

Opposites

Comparing Integers

Absolute Value

Coordinates

Write an integer to represent a loss of $50.

What is -$50?

The opposite of 5 is _____.

What is -5?

Write an inequality comparing -5 and 0.

-5 < 0 or 0 > -5

What does absolute value mean?

Absolute value means how many units (or jumps) away a number is from zero.

How is an ordered pair written?

What is (x, y)?

Write an integer to represent a gain of $5,000.

What is positive $5,000?

The opposite of a credit of $20 is ____.

What is a debit/loss of $20?

Write an inequality statement comparing |-90| and 90.

90 = 90

(The absolute value of 90 is equal to 90.)

The |0| is ___.

What is zero?

Which quadrant does (-3, -8) lie in?

What is quadrant 3?

Write an integer to represent 14,000 feet above sea level.

What is positive 14,000 feet?

The opposite of 400 feet above sea level is _____.

What is 400 feet below sea level?

Order the following from least to greatest: -8, -19, -0, -12, 12

What is -19, -12, -8, 0, 12?

The |-14| is ___.

What is 14?

What is the y-coordinate in the ordered pair (-5, 17)?

What is 17?

Write an integer to represent a debit of $900.

What is -$900?

What is the opposite of -9 and describe it's location on a number line?

What is positive 9? It's location is 9 units to the right of (or above) zero.

Write a statement comparing −10℉ and −20℉.

−10℉ is warmer than −20℉.

True or False: As you approach zero from the left on the number line, the integers increase, but the absolute values of those integers decrease . This means that the order of negative integers is opposite the order of their absolute values.

True

Find the length of the line segment with end points (7, 2) and (-4, 2).

What is 11 units?

Write an integer that represents a loss of 10 yards.

What is -10?

Mr. Cordova wrote −(−$800) on the board, and said, “The opposite of the opposite of $800 is $800.” Is his reasoning correct? Explain.

Yes, he is correct because the opposite of 800 is -800, and the opposite of that is 800.

Karen, Dulce, and Sayuri are playing a card game. Their scores are as follows:

Karen: -1, Dulce: -2, and Sayuri: -4. Who won? Who came in last place? Explain.

Karen won because -1 is greater (closer to zero). Sayuri came in last place because -4 is smallest (furthest away from zero).

In math class, Eric and Jesus are debating about integers and absolute value. Eric said two integers can have the same absolute value, and Jesus said one integer can have two absolute values. Who is right? Explain.

Eric is correct because |-#| and |#| both have the same amount of jumps from zero.

Locate and label the ordered pairs: A (-2 1/2,0); B (-4,3.75); C (8,1); and D (5, -8.5)

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