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Add Integers using the Number Line
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Adding Integers
Subtract Integers using Addition
Subtracting Integers
Multiplying Integers
Dividing Integers
Order of Operations with Integers
Examples, solutions, videos, and worksheets to help Grade 6 students learn how to multiply integers.
There are four sets of multiplying integers worksheets:
We can use the following steps when multiplying two integers:
Example: -3 × 4 =
Example: -5 × -6 =
Have a look at this video if you need to review how to multiply integers.
When multiplying multiple integers, the product is negative if there are an odd number of negative integers otherwise the product is positive.
Have a look at this video if you need to review how to multiply multiple integers.
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Multiply 1-digit Integers Worksheet #1a (practice rules)
Multiply 1-digit Integers Worksheet #1 (same sign)
Multiply 1-digit Integers Worksheet #2 (same or different signs)
Multiply Multiple 1-digit Integers Worksheet #3 (same or different signs)
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Integers, 1 less or 1 more
Compare Integers
Add Integers, 2 operands
Add Integers, 3 or more operands
Subtract 2 Integers
Subtract 3 or more Integers
Multiply Integers
Divide Integers
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Multiply Integers (1 digit)
Multiply Integers (2 digits)
The temperature at a ski resort drops by 8 degrees Celsius each hour. If the temperature is currently 4 degrees Celsius, what will the temperature be in 6 hours?
8 - (4 x 6) = -16
A submarine is at a depth of 200 meters below sea level. It descends another 40 meters every hour. How deep will it be after 3 hours?
-200 + (40 x 3) = -80
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