Adding Integers Worksheets and Solutions (II)

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Adding Integers
Adding Integers Using Rules

Objective: I know how to add integers.

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Whole numbers greater than zero are called positive integers.
Whole numbers less than zero are called negative integers.
The integer 0 is neither positive nor negative.

Rule 1:
The sum of two or more positive integers is a positive integer.
The sum of two or more negative integers is a negative integer.
Rule 2:
To find the sum of a positive and a negative integer:
Subtract the two numbers (ignore the signs) and then keep the sign of the larger integer.

Refer to the lesson on adding integers for more information and examples.

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Evaluate the following:

-4 + (-7) + (-9) =

-8 + (-17) + (-5) =

-7 + (-11) + 9 =

-10 + 17 + (-21) =

81 + (-6) + (-62) =

34 + (-18) + 9 =

51 + 14 + (-100) =

-27 + 71 + 12 =

[(-7) + (-14)] + [-45 + 92] =

[31 + (-48)] + [-16 + (-120)] =

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