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What is the correct integer to represent: a withdrawal of 10 dollars? |
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a) -10 | b) 10 | c) 20 | d) -20 | |

What is the correct integer for the following: a deposit of 1,000 dollars? |
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a) -1000 | b) 1000 | c) 900 | d) -900 | |

A shark was swimming at 300 feet below sea level. He swam up to the surface 300 feet. How many feet above sea level is the shark now? |
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a) -600 | b) 600 | c) 0; he is at sea level now | d) he did not move at all | |

What is the absolute value of -8? |
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a) -8 | b) 4 | c) -4 | d) 8 | |

What is the definition of absolute value? |
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a) the distance from one on a number line | b) the distance from a number's opposite on a number line | c) the distance from zero on a number line | d) the negative distance to an additive inverse on a number line | |

What is the definition of opposites? |
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a) two numbers that are the same distance from zero, but on opposite sides of the number line. | b) two numbers that are not the same distance from zero | c) two numbers with the same signs and the same distance from zero | d) two numbers that are both on the negative side of the number line | |

What is an additive inverse? |
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a) A number and its opposite, which are the same distance from zero | b) a number that adds with 0 to get that same number | c) a number that has an opposite | d) a number that adds with its opposite to cancel out and make zero | |

-12+7 |
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a) -19 | b) 19 | c) -5 | d) 5 | |

-3+3 |
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a) 6 | b) 0 | c) -6 | d) -0 | |

What is an example of an additive inverse? |
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a) -7+7=0 | b) -9+2=-7 | c) 4+4=8 | d) -3+2=-1 | |

What is an example of opposites? |
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a) -8 and 9 | b) 0 and 1 | c) 4 and 1 | d) -2 and 2 | |

7-(-8) |
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a) 14 | b) 15 | c) -15 | d) -1 | |

-9-(-4) |
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a) -13 | b) 13 | c) -5 | d) 5 | |

Choose the TRUE statement from the following |
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a) absolute value is always positive, because distance is always positive | b) absolute value is always negative, because distance is always negative | c) absolute value is always zero, because distance is always zero | d) absolute value is always whatever the number inside the absolute value signs is | |

25+(-19)= |
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a) 44 | b) -44 | c) 6 | d) -6 | |

-10-(-2)= |
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a) -8 | b) 8 | c) 12 | d) -12 | |

What is the rule for adding integers? |
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a) same signs subtract, different signs add | b) same signs add, different signs subtract. | c) same signs add, different signs subtract; take the sign of the larger number | d) same signs stay the same, different signs answer zero; take the sign of the smaller # | |

What is the rule for subtracting integers? |
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a) add its additive inverse (Keep, change, change) | b) subtract its additive inverse (keep, change, flip) | c) multiply the two numbers together | d) same signs add, different signs subtract; take the sign of the larger number | |

If you use -keep, change, change- (KCC) what would the new subtraction problem look like for this problem: -6-4 |
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a) -6-4 | b) -6+(-4) | c) 6+4 | d) 6+(-4) | |

How would I add this set of integers?: -7+4-(-2) |
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a) use PEMDAS, then subtract -7+4 to get -3, then subtract -3-(-2) to get -1 | b) use PEMDAS, then add -7+4 to get -11, then subtract -11-(-2) to get 13 | c) use PEMDAS, then subtract -7+4 to get -3, then subtract -3-(-2) to get -5 | d) use PEMDAS, do 4-(-2) first to get 6, then add it to -7 to get -1 | |

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