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Mania

Accentuate the Negative

Multiplying & Dividing

PEMDAS

Distributive Property

Miscellaneous

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-25 + 40 =

-25 + 40 =

15

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-45 + -35 =

-45 + -35 =

-80

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-13 – (-43) =

30

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-75 – (-42) + -13 + 1 =

-75 – (-42) + -13 + 1 =

-33 + -13 + 1

-46 + 1

-45

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True or False?

When a negative is subtracted from a positive, the result will always be negative.

Pos – neg = POSITIVE

FALSE

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-12 • 5 =

-12 • 5 =

-60

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-15 • -15 =

Multiplying & Dividingfor \$200

-15 • -15 =

225

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-108 ÷ 9 =

-108 ÷ 9 =

-12

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(-3)4 =

81

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True or False:

The quotient of a negative and a negative will always be positive.

Neg  neg = pos

TRUE

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-3 + 4 • 5 =

-3 + 4 • 5

-3 + 20

17

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-2 •(-8 + 5) – (-1)

-2 • (-8 + 5) – (-1)

-2 • (-3) – (-1)

-6 – (-1)

7

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3 •-8 + [9 ÷ (-2 + 1)]

3 •-8 + [9 ÷ (-2 + 1)]

3 •-8 + [9 ÷ (-1)]

3 •-8 + [-9]

-24 + -9

-33

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82 ÷ (2 - 4) • 3 – (-2)

82 ÷ (2-4) • 3 – (-2)

82 ÷ (2-4) • 3 – (-2)

64 ÷ (-2) • 3 – (-2)

-32 • 3 – (-2)

-96 - -2

-94

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-12 • 2 ÷ -22 + [18 ÷ (-3)2]

-12 • 2 ÷ -22 + [18 ÷ (-3)2]

-12 • 2 ÷ -22 + [18 ÷ 9]

-12 • 2 ÷ -22 + 2

- 12 • 2 ÷ -4 + 2

-24 ÷ -4 + 2

6 + 2

8

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Use the distributive property to expand this expression:

2 •(x – 3)

2x + 2•3 or 2x + 6

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Fill in the blanks:

-3 •( ___ – x) = -3 • 4 - ____ • x

-3 •(4 – x) = -3 • 4 - -3• x

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DOUBLE

DAILY

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Kyra buys 2 popcorns for \$5.50 each and 2 sodas for 2.75 each. Write an expression to find the total cost and solve.

2 • (5.50 + 2.75) or

2 •5.50 + 2 •2.75

Total Cost = \$16.50

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Factor this expression:

-2 • 5 – -2 •-3

-2 •(5 – -3)

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Expand the expression. Then Solve.

-5 •(-8 + 3)

-5 •-8 + -5 • 3 = 25

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Order from least to greatest:

1, 3, -0.5, -1, 0

-1, -0.5, 0, 1, 3

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What quadrant would the point (-5,2) be in?

What quadrant would the point (-5,2) be in?

II

I

IV

III

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Compare using < > or =

│-99 │ │-100│

│-99 │ │-100│

< (less than)

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- 3/4 + 7/12

Answer must be in simplest form!

- 3/4 + 7/12

-9/12 + 7/12

-2/12

-1/6

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The highest recorded temperature in NJ was 110°F. The lowest recorded temperature was -34°F. Write an expression to find the difference in temperatures and solve it.