Unit 2: Lesson 4

Ordering Integers

Review of Integers, Absolute Value, and Negative Numbers

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Unit 2: Lesson 4

Ordering Integers

Review of Integers, Absolute Value, and Negative Numbers

Different Types of Numbers

Rational Numbers- Numbers whose decimals that end or repeat

Integers- Negative and Positive Whole Numbers

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Fractions

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9

0

Opposites

Opposites have the same absolute value-meaning they are equal distance from 0 but different signs.

When added together the numbers equal 0. They cancel each other out.

Negative Numbers

- Negative numbers are the opposite of positive numbers.
- They are on the left side of the number line.
- When added to a positive number with the same value it equals zero

The absolute value is the distance of the number from zero

The higher the negative number is, the farther the number is from zero.

Put the following numbers in order :

-4, 1, -6, 2,

Now find the absolute value of the numbers and put them in order :

Place the following numbers on the number line

Which numbers are opposites?

Rewrite each situation with a positive or negative number

- The wreck of La Belle, a ship from the 1600s, lies 12 feet below sea level off the coast of Texas
- Columbus is 602 feet above sea level
- Shuaib owes Cole 5 dollars
- Ms.Driscoll has 150 $ in her bank account

Are negative numbers always less than positive numbers?

No! negative numbers are the opposite of a positive number. That does not mean they are less than positive numbers.

Ex. Rewrite each sentence as a positive or negative number

Shuaib walked 3 miles east -> +3

Shuaib walked 3 miles west -> -3

Either way, Shuaib walked the same amount. The negative or positive shows the direction