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S: HOW INTEGER RULES RULE

BC: Taylor Made Production 2012-2013

FC: HOW INTEGER RULES RULE MIDDLE SCHOOL | 2012-2013 | Lauren Taylor November 9, 2012 7th period Integer Project

1: : | Integer Rules Adding Integers Rules *When adding signs that are the SAME, ADD and keep the sign. *When adding signs that are DIFFERENT, SUBTRACT the numbers and keep the sign of the number with the LARGEST ABSOLUTE VALUE. Subtracting Integers Rules *When subtracting integers, remember to ADD the OPPOSITE. Dividing Integers Rules *If the signs are the SAME, then the answer is POSITIVE. *If the signs are DIFFERENT, then the answer is NEGATIVE. Multiplying Integers Rules *Same as Dividing Integers, If the signs are the SAME, then the answer is POSITIVE. *If the signs are DIFFERENT, then the answer is NEGATIVE.

2: Adding Integers Rules When adding signs that are the SAME, ADD and keep the sign. When adding signs that are DIFFERENT, SUBTRACT the numbers and keep the sign of the number with the LARGEST ABSOLUTE VALUE.

3: Big Smiles | Games | Fun Times! | In middle school lunch can be lots of fun. Your mom packed you an awesome lunch and you're having a blast sitting with your friends talking about your day. It is very positive. Suddenly a mean bully comes up to you and starts going off checking. What should do? Start a riot? No. Bullies want to get a big reaction so that they can feel like they have power. You should ignore the bully and keep having fun with your friends. The bully is not as great as the positive energy that you create with your friends.

4: Subtracting Integers Rules When subtracting integers, remember to ADD the OPPOSITE SubtW

5: Now since you are gone the negative people began walking down the street drinking and throwing trash everywhere. An old man who was sleeping awakes and sees the mess the bad, drunk children are making. He calls the police. The police come and arrest the kids one by one for disruptive behavior and underage drinking. The positive over powers the negative. | Another exciting part of middle school is the first boy/girl dance. Imagine, you are at a dance with your friends jamming out and having a good positive time. When the dance is over your friends leave one by one until you’re the last one waiting- still in your very positive mood. Suddenly, these loud drunk older guys come up to you trying to get you to drink some alcohol. You say no but they keep pressing the bottle towards your face. What do you do? Do not yield to peer pressure. You knock the bottle out of their hand. A guy grabs your arm and you punch him in his face with your free arm and take off running. Luckily, your parent is pulling up so you jump in the car and drive down the road. The negative scared the positive away. | Now since you are gone the negative people began walking down the street drinking and throwing trash everywhere. An old man who was sleeping awakes and sees the mess the bad, drunk children are making. He calls the police. The police come and arrest the kids one by one for disruptive behavior and underage drinking. The positive over powers the negative.

6: Dividing Integers Rules | If the signs are the SAME, then the answer is POSITIVE. If the signs are DIFFERENT, then the answer is NEGATIVE.

7: ;l;l;l | Middle school can be extremely hard. The work is very challenging and there are a lot of rules. How do you devise a plan to stay out of trouble and to get good grades? Study, follow the rules, and remember your home training. If you do these things you will stay positive. Remember, the main rules are no talking and raise your hand. If you violate the rules, you will end up in the negative-suspended!

8: Multiplying Integers Rules Same as Dividing Integers, If the signs are the SAME, then the answer is POSITIVE. If the signs are DIFFERENT, then the answer is NEGATIVE.

9: t | Talk to different people and see who you are positively compatible with. Also talk to people who are different from you. Some people view this as negative, but as long as you don't let them change you, it"s ok. | After all, multiplying friendships is a positive in any subject! | The most exciting part of middle school is multiplying friendships. How do you make friends?

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