COMPARING AND ORDERING INTEGERS

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COMPARING AND ORDERING INTEGERS:
-10 -9
-8 -7
-6
-5
-4
-3
-2
-1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10
When comparing integers:
1. If one integer is positive (+5) and the other integer is negative (-6) the positive integer is always
larger.
2. When both integers are negative (-4) and (-3), the integer closer to 0 is the larger integer.
3. When both integers are positive (+4) and (+8), the integer farther away from 0 is the larger integer.
Opposite Integers:
1. Two integers that are an equal distance away from 0. i.e., (-5) and (+5) are opposite integers – they
create a zero pair.
2. The sum of any two opposite integers is always 0.
Using integer Tiles when adding:
(+3) + (+2) =
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