**Multiplying** **Integers**. Kuta Software - Infinite Pre-Algebra Name_____ Period____ Date_____ **Multiplying** **Integers** Find each product.

**Dividing** **Integers**. Kuta Software - Infinite Pre-Algebra Name_____ Period____ Date_____ **Dividing** **Integers** Find each quotient.

Microsoft Word - multiplyinganddividingintegers68quiz.doc. Name: _____ Date: _____ © Math **Worksheet** Center Quiz: **Multiplying** and **Dividing** **Integers** Fill in the blanks.

Mathematics: Applications © Glencoe/McGraw-Hill 40 and Connections, Course 1 4 **Multiplying** and **Dividing** Decimals Chapter Pacing Guide Please note that this pacing guide is based upon completing the entire text in 165 classes, approximately 50 minutes each.

**Multiplying** **Integers** When **multiplying** two **integers** with the same signs, the product will always be positive. + 4 • (+7) both positive **integers** ... **Dividing** **Integers** When **dividing** two **integers** with the same signs , the quotient will always be positive . + 56 ÷ (+8) both positive **integers** ...

4( -3) b. -8(5) 4( -3) = -12-8(5) = -40 **Multiplying** **Integers** The product of two **integers** with the same sign is positive . with the Same Sign EXAMPLE 2: Find ... **Dividing** **Integers** The quotient of two **integers** with the same sign is positive With the same Sign EXAMPLE 2: Find each quotient.

Saxon Math Course 3 * ©*Harcourt*Achieve*Inc.*and*Stephen*Hake.*All*rights*reserved.* 75 Graphing Calculator Activity Name* •***Multiplying***and***Dividing*****Integers** Calculator*Function: * Example:* Simplify * a.* (−10)(−5)* b.* (+10)(−5) * c.* ** −10 * ___ * −5 *** d.* ** 10 * __ * −5 * * Demonstration *Step*1* ...

Copyright © 2006 Maria Miller www.MathMammoth. com **Multiply** & **Divide** **Integers** Fact Sheet A positive **integer** times a negative **integer**: Think of repeated ... is the same as n × (− m ) and so is negative as well. and and (−2) + (−2) + (−2) = −6. × both have a negative answer × **Dividing** a negative ...

Page 2 **Multiplying** and **Dividing** **Integers** Order Of Operations Do we still use PEM-DAS in Algebra? Simplify —2(4) — 7 2 — (—4) + (8—11) +10 Separate into terms —2(4) | — 7 2 | — (—4) | + (8—11)| +10 Simplify each term -8 -49 +4 -3 + 10 Combine positives ...

Try These Together. Use the following rules for **multiplying** **integers**. **Multiplying** **Integers** with Different Signs The product of two **integers** with different signs is negative.