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What's the result of 5 - (-2)?
a) 7
b) 3
c) -3
d) -7

When adding integers with the same sign...
a) We add their absolute values and give the result the same sign
b) We add their absolute values and give the result's sign using the Rule of signs
c) We add their absolute values and the result is always positive
d) IWhen numbers are positive we add the absolute values, and when negative we sustract them

What is the absolute value of a number?
a) It\'s the distance between the number and zero on the number line
b) It's the distance between the number and its following number on the number line
c) It's the number's sign
d) It\'s the distance between the number and its opposite on the number line

10 - (-15)
a) -5
b) You cannot know
c) -6
d) -4

makes it easy to tell which numbers are bigger or smaller.
a) The number line
b) The mathematical line
c) The numerical line
d) The integers\' line

Only one of the following expressions is correct, which one?
a) 05
b) -50
c) 0-5
d) 05

What is the temperature which is 7º lower than 5º ?
a) -2º
b) -12º
c) 12º
d) 2º

Which of the following numbers are integers? 1.25, -5, -3.2, 4, -1, 0, 6, 4/5
a) -5, 4, -1, 0, 6
b) All of them
c) 1.25, -5, -3.2, 4, -1, 0, 6
d) -5, -3.2, -1

Only one of the following expressions is correct, which one?
a) -2-5
b) -5=-2
c) -5-2
d) -2-5

Only one of the following expressions is correct, which one?
a) 3-2
b) 2-3
c) 3-2
d) -23

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