1-1: I can locate integers on a number line.

1-1: I can locate integers on a number line.

1-2: I can compare and order integers.

1-3: I can define absolute value and recognize the symbol.

1-4: I can evaluate integer expressions.

1-5: I can evaluate expressions.

100

A positive or negative whole number is called this.

What is an integer?

100

Compare: –6 ___ –12

What is > or ≥?

100

The distance a number is from zero on the number line.

What is absolute value?

100

– 8 + – 12

What is –20?

100

The 9 is this in the following expression; 25ˆ9.

What is the exponent?

200

I am located 15 units to the left of zero.

What is –15?

200

Numbers decrease in value as you move _____ on the number line.

What is left?

200

|-9|

What is 9

200

100 -(–30)

What is 130?

200

Evaluate –7ˆ2

What is –49?

300

I am the integer between –20 and –22.

What is –21?

300

Which values are less than |–2|; –1, –10, 0, or –19.

What is all numbers?

300

– |–10|

What is –10?

300

(–4)(–5)(3)

What is 60?

300

The expression –4ˆ3 asks this.

What is the opposite of 4ˆ3?

400

I am used to show a number line continues towards infinity.

What is an arrow?

400

Write an inequality using –15, –16 and the < symbol.

What is –16 < –15?

400

How would you read, "– |–33|?

What is the opposite of absolute value of –33?

400

–45 ÷ 9

What is –5?

400

Evaluate (–2)ˆ3

What is –8?

500

To designate the location of an integer on a number line, put one of these on the line.

What is a point (dot)?

500

The temperatures in Blaine, MN, during a one week span during December of 2013 were Monday –11°, Tuesday 0°, Wednesday –20°, Thursday 5°, and Friday –3°. Order temperatures from least to greatest.

What is –20˚, –11˚, –3˚, 0˚, 5˚?

500

| –8 + 2 |

What is 6?

500

What is the difference between –8 and 40?

What is 48?

500

8 - (–2ˆ3)

What is 16?