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Middle schoolers solve 24 computation problems in two sets. They complete seven integer operations problems, then solve six problems involving order of operations and absolute value. Pupils use substitution to solve one equation. They order one set of numbers. The second set of problems involves solving nine algebraic equations.
In this integers worksheet, students solve 20 various types of problems to include writing statements as integers, writing positive or negative integer for each point on a number line, and arranging integers from smallest to largest. They also write an integer for each given product and/or quotient. Finally, students determine the value of each product and quotient and determine the missing integer.
Young mathematicians add integers using a number line. They create a number line on their Ti-73 calculator. Furthermore, they will add integers on the number line using vectors and addition expressions. Finally, these mathematicians will evaluate real-world examples that compare the values of integers.
Seventh graders engage in a activity that is focused upon teaching the concept of integer numbers with a focus upon the integers. They practice solving different problems using positive and negative numbers. They then attempt to describe the given responsibility of solving complex word problem.