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Basic Math

Determining Common FactorsBasic Math

Determining common multiplesBasic Math

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Basic Math

Determining Common FactorsBasic Math

Determining common multiplesBasic Math

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This section will introduce integer division. In order to get familiar with the concept, we will practice solving integer division questions using diagrams and word problems.

Related Concepts: Multiplying and dividing monomials , Solving linear equations using multiplication and division, Solving one-step linear inequalities

- 1.Draw and use a diagram to solve each of the division statements below.a)(+8)÷(+2)=____b)(-16)÷(-4)=____c)(+18)÷(-9)=____
- 2.Use integer chips to solve each of the division statements below.a)(+10)÷(+2)b)(-25)÷(+5)c)(-30)÷(-6)
- 3.If a person is walking at 3 km/h, how long does it take this person to walk 21 km?

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