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EXAMPLE 1. Standardized Test Practice. EXAMPLE 1. Standardized Test Practice. SOLUTION. The shuttle’s computers take over at T – 31 seconds. The correct answer is B. GUIDED PRACTICE. for Example 1. Write the integer that represents the situation. 1. a \$15 profit. ANSWER. 15.

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StandardizedTest Practice

StandardizedTest Practice

SOLUTION

The shuttle’s computers take over at T– 31 seconds.

for Example 1

Write the integer that represents the situation.

1.a\$15 profit

15

2. a9point decrease

– 9

3. a loss of5yards

– 5

Identifying Opposites

Find the opposite of –3.

Identifying Opposites

Find the opposite of –3.

Identifying Opposites

Find the opposite of –3.

The opposite of –3 is 3.

EXAMPLE 3

Comparing Integers

Comparing Integers

Compare –8 and –5.

EXAMPLE 3

Comparing Integers

Comparing Integers

Compare –8 and –5.

EXAMPLE 3

Comparing Integers

Comparing Integers

Compare –8 and –5.

Because –8 is to the left of –5 on the number line, –8 <–5.

EXAMPLE 4

Ordering Integers

Comparing Integers

Sports

In a golf tournament, the player with the lowest score wins. The table shows the scores of several golfers (including the winner) in a recent Masters Tournament. Who won?

SOLUTION

Phil Mickelson won with the lowest score of –9.

GUIDED PRACTICE

Find the opposite of the integer.

4. 8

–8

5. –7

7

0

6. 0

1

7. –1

GUIDED PRACTICE

Copy and complete the statement using < or >.

8. –2 ? 2

<

9. 0 ? –1

>

10. –8 ? –9

>

11. –5 ? –4

<

GUIDED PRACTICE

What If?

12.

Suppose the scores in another golf tournament are –14, 4, –5, 0, and –16. Which score is the lowest?