Integers are positive and negative numbers, including zero.

In Grade 7, you were introduced to integers and learned how to add and subtract them. (NUMBER LINES, INTEGER CHIPS, and ZERO PAIRS would have been used to help you).

A general rule is that if you have two negatives (subtracting a negative number for example) they become a positive.

Ex. (+1) - (-2) = (+1) +2 = 3

In Grade 8, we review these operations and learn how to multiply and divide integers.

Click to download the notes for this unit that were handed out in class:

In Grade 7, you were introduced to integers and learned how to add and subtract them. (NUMBER LINES, INTEGER CHIPS, and ZERO PAIRS would have been used to help you).

A general rule is that if you have two negatives (subtracting a negative number for example) they become a positive.

Ex. (+1) - (-2) = (+1) +2 = 3

In Grade 8, we review these operations and learn how to multiply and divide integers.

Click to download the notes for this unit that were handed out in class:

integers_notes.docx |

__Textbook Questions:__

**Multiplying Integers P. 292**

G -13, 14

B – 13, 14, 16

R – 13, 14, 16, 19

**Multiplying integers again P. 297-98**

G -8, 11

B – 8, 11, 16, 20

R – 8, 11, 16, 20, 21

**Dividing Integers P. 310-311**

G – 9, 12

B & R– 9, 12, 18, 20

**Order of operations with integers P. 315**

G – 4, 7, 15

B& R – 4, 7 ,15, 20, 21

__Prepare for test:__**Chapter review – DO NOT DO q’s 4, 7, 18**

**Practice Test – DO NOT DO q’s 2, 9**

· Ask Mrs. C for answers if you want to check your work!