**Chapter 1**Grade 7 Integer Review.

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**zero pair**is when you have a postive and a negative which when added creates 0.ex. (+6)+(-6) (+16)+(-16) (+10)+(-10) (+63)+(-63)

Grade 7 Integers.

(+)

**Positive**means you**have.**(-)

**Negative**means you**owe.**( ) The

**brackets**are like**training wheels.**The

**standard form**of integers is**+5-5.**The

**pure standard**form is**5-5.****Chapter 2**Multiplying Integers

If the

**brackets**are**touching**, you have to**multiply**.**ex. (+2)x(+4)**or

**(+2)(+4)**or

**2(+4) <- Standard Form.**

You can use

**repeated edition**to solve/answer.**ex. (+2)+(+2)+(+2)+(+2)**or

**(+4)+(+4)**

(+2)x(+4)=(+8) OR 2

**groups of**4 is 8.If the first number is a

**negative**, you need to multiply the two numbers and then you have to**remove.****Chapter 3**Dividing Integers

(+15)/(+3), 15/3, how many

**groups of**3 are in 15?, how many 3's**go into**15?**Partative Division**is when you divide into parts

**Quotative Division**is when you make groups

**Chapter 4**Order of Operations with Integers

You can solve (+5)x(-3)+(-6)/(+3) by using

**bedmas**.

Good job, Paulo! I really liked the way you color coded the chapters, but next time use more subtle colors.

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