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100

Use <, >, or =. │-3│ ____ -15

What is >.

100

Find 3.4 + 6.2

What is 9.6

100

Solve -3 + 8

What is 5

100

Evaluate  1/4 + 1/2

What is 3/4

100

When adding & subtracting decimals, you must make sure the decimals are ______.

What is aligned / lined up

200

Use <, >, or =. -5 ____ -3

What is <.

200

Find 8.34 + 9.163

What is 17.503

200

Solve -3 + -9

What is -12

200

Evaluate 7/9 + 1/3

What is 10/9 OR 1 1/9

200

When changing unlike fractions to like fractions, you must make the denominators the same by using the __________.

What is the Least Common Multiple (LCM).

300

List in order from LEAST to GREATEST. 14, 16, -15, -23, 0

What is -23 < -15 < 0 < 14 < 16

300

Find 23.185 - 5.2

What is 17.985

300

Solve -15 - 8

What is -23

300

Evaluate 5/6 + 4/9

What is 23/18 OR 1 5/18

300

What are the rules for adding two integers with the same sign?

400

List in order from LEAST to GREATEST. -23 │-5│ │6│ -3

What is -23 < -3 < │-5│ < │6│.

400

Find 13 - 8.2

What is 4.8

400

Solve -8 -(-12)

What is 4

400

Evaluate 5 3/4 - 2 1/2

What is 3 1/4

400

What is the rules for adding two integers with different signs?

Different signs subtract, take the sign of the bigger number.

500

Use <, >, or =. -|-4 + 5| __ -|6 + -4|

What is >.

500

Find 86.195 + 5.2 - 71.6541

What is 19.7409

500

2 + (-15) - (-3)

What is -10

500

Evaluate (-10 3/8) + 4 1/4

What is - 6 1/8

500

What is the rule for subtracting integers?

Keep, Change, Change (KCC)

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