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Determining Common FactorsBasic Math

Adding integersBasic Math

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Determining Common FactorsBasic Math

Adding integersBasic Math

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Continue from the previous section, we will practice more on multiplication of positive and negative integers. We will look at questions involving multiplying integers and number lines. In addition, we will learn how to estimate double digit integer multiplication.

Related concepts: Order of operations (PEMDAS), Using exponents to describe numbers, Exponent rules,

- 1.Write the multiplication statement for each number line.a)

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- 2.Use a number line to find the product.a)(+4)×(+4)b)(+3)×(-8)c)(-6)×(-2)
- 3.Estimate. Then calculate.a)(+18)×(-33)b)(-21)×(+46)c)(-37)×(-19)
- 4.Annie had 50 ml of yogurt every morning for the last 7 days. If there is 650 ml of yogurt left in the case, how much yogurt was there 7 days ago?

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