# Integers - math problems

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• Francesca 2 Francesca applied the steps below to find the product of (-1.2)(-9.4). Step 1: (-1.2)(-9.4) = (-9.4)(-1.2) Step 2:                   = (-9.4)(-1) + (-9.4)(-0.2) Step 3:                   = (9.4) + (1.88) Step 4:                   = 11.28 Which step shows
• RS ABS Find the distance between points R and S on a number line, with coordinates -4 and -7, respectively. Add six to twelve, then divide the sum by four. Divide the quotient by negative nine and then multiply by twenty-four. What is the result?
• Estimate Estimate the answer by rounding each fraction to the nearest whole number and then subtracting. 9/15 - 2 7/8
• The perimeter The perimeter of the triangle is 24, the sides are integers and form an arithmetic sequence. Specify the side sizes of this triangle.
• Three integers Three consecutive integers add up to 51. what are these integers?
• Taken away from number 18 is taken away from 8 times of a number is 30. Find the number.
• Multiplication negatives Josh says that (4)(-7)(-1) is equal to (4)(7). Evangelina says (4)(-7)(-1) is equal to (-28)(-1) . Who is correct? Explain your reasoning.
• The sum 9 The sum of two integers is 4. Their difference is 8. What are this two integers?
• The sum 8 The sum of two numbers is 21. If three times the smaller numbers is two less than twice the larger number, find the two numbers.
• A bottle 2 A bottle contain 255 coins 1/3 of the coins are £1 cons 110 of the coins are 50p coins the rest of the coins are 20p coins. What is the total value of the coins contained in the bottle.
• Football team 2 Jordan's football team gained 12 yards on their first play. On the second play, the team lost 8 yards. Which expression could be used to describe the total yards gained by Jordan's team?
• Angel 2 Angel earned \$90 for pulling weeds in the garden. She spent \$25 on her brother’s birthday gift, and \$35 on a new sweatshirt to wear at soccer practice. How much money did she have left?
• The Tunnel The Tunnel of Fear ride climbs straight up to its peak 50 meters above the ground. Then, it drops 65 meters into an underground tunnel. What is the elevation of the tunnel relative to the ground? Chad buys peanuts in 2-pound bags. He repackages them into bags that hold 5/6 pound off peanuts. How many 2 pound bags of peanuts should Chad buy so that he can fill the 5/6-pound bags without having any peanuts left over?
• Brian Brian divides 80 by 7. Between what two whole numbers is his answer?
• Griffin Griffin ordered a pair of sneakers online. He had a \$21 credit that he applied toward the purchase, and then he used a credit card to pay for the rest of the cost. If the shoes cost \$76, how much did Griffin charge to his credit card when he bought the sn
• A football A football team loses 5 yards on one play then loses 7 yards on the next play. Write an addition expression that represents the change in position. Then find the sum of the values.
• Chocolate chip Out of 28 cookies, 3/4 are chocolate chip. How many cookies are chocolate chip?
• The number 4 Two-thirds of a number is negative six. Find the number.

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