**Chapter 1:**

Adding and Subtracting Integers

**Chapter 2:**

Multiplying Intergers

Examples:

(+3)x(+2)= 3 groups of 2

repeated addition

2+2+2= +6

two groups of +3

(2)x (+3)=

Questions

(+2)x(+3)= +6

2 groups of (+3)

(-2)x(+3)= -6

**Sign Rules**

Even- When you have an

**even number**of negative factors the product is**positive.**Odd- When you have an

**odd number**of negative factors the product is**negative****Chapter 3:**

Dividing Integers

Partitive Division is when you use groups of to get to your quotient.

6/2=3

(-6)/(-2)= +3

Multiplicative Inverse is when you use multiplication to figure out your quotient.

6/(-2)=

(-2)x(-3)=6

(-3)x(-2)=6

Means 6/(-2)=(-3)

**Sign Rules**

In a divison question with an even amount or no negative signs the quotient will be positive.

example: 6/2=3

(-6)/(-2)=3

In a divison question with an odd number of negative signs the quotient will be negative.

example (-6)/2=3

6/(-2)= (-3)

**Chapter 4**

Order of Operations with Intergers

(+5)x(-3) + (-6)/(+3)=

Scince there are no square brackets or exponents we should start with division and multiplication going from left to right.

[(+5) x (-3)] +[(-6)/(+3)]=

(-15)=(-2)=

After your done with division and multiplication you should do the addition

(-15)+(-2)=(-17)

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