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1. If -4 km/h means 4 km/h below the speed limit, what does 12 km/h mean?

2. If -7˚C denotes a temperature drop of 7˚C, what does 5˚C denote?

3. If 20 km denotes a distance of 20 km due east, what denotes a distance of 6 km due west?

4. If 100 represents a gain of $100, what number represents a loss of $150?

5. If we use the integer "5" to represent 5 floors above the ground level, what integer is used to represent 2 floors below the ground level?

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3. If 20 km denotes a distance of 20 km due east, what denotes a distance of 6 km due west?

4. If 100 represents a gain of $100, what number represents a loss of $150?

5. If we use the integer "5" to represent 5 floors above the ground level, what integer is used to represent 2 floors below the ground level?

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Responses (after lesson)

- 12 km/h means 12 km/h above the speed limit
- 5˚C denotes an increase of 5˚C
- - 6 km
- -$150
- -2

Real Numbers Activity 1: What does it mean to us?

ReplyDelete1)It means 12 km/h above the speed limit.

2)It denotes a increase of five degrees in the temperature.

3)-6km

4)-$150

5)-2

1. It means 12 km/h above the speed limit.

ReplyDelete2. It denotes an increase of 5 degrees in temperature.

3.-6 km denotes 6 km due west.

4.-$150 denotes a loss of $150

5. -2

1 - It denotes 12 km/h above the speed limit.

ReplyDelete2 - It represents a increase of five degrees in the temperature.

3 - (-6km)

4 - (-$150)

5 - (-2)

1. 12 km/h above spd. limit

ReplyDelete2. increase in 5 degrees

3. (-6) km

4. $(-150)

5. (-2)

1-12km/h above the speed limit

ReplyDelete2-increase of five degrees

3-(-6km)

4-(-$150)

5-(-2)

1. It means 12km/h above speed limit.

ReplyDelete2. It denotes an increase of 5ºC in temperature.

3. -6 km

4. -$150

5. - 2

1. 12km/h above the speed limit.

ReplyDelete2. 5 degrees denotes a increase in temperature.

3. 6km denotes 6k due west.

4. $150

5. -2

1. 12km/h above speed limit.

ReplyDelete2.Increse by 5 degrees

3.(-6)

4.(-$150)

5.(-2)

1 It means 12km/h above the speed limit

ReplyDelete2.It donates an increase of 5ºC in temperature

3. -6km

4. -$150

5. -2

1. 12km/h above the speed limit

ReplyDelete2. Increase of 5ºC in temperature

3. -6km

4. 150

5. -2

ANSWERS:

ReplyDelete1. 12km/h above the speed limit

2. Increase of 5ºC in temperature

3. -6km

4. -$150

5. -2

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Answers:

ReplyDelete1. 12km/h above the speed limit.

2. Increase of 5 degrees in temperature.

3. -6km

4. -$150

5. -2

Answer for the questions:

ReplyDelete1. As -4km/h is 4km/h below the speed limit, 12km/h means that it is over the speed limit.

2. It means that there is an increase of 5ºC in temperature.

3. (-6km) and is also 6km due west.

4. (-$150) of loss.

5. 2 floors below ground level is (-2).

1.12km/h above the speed limit

ReplyDelete2.It means a temperature rise of 5ºC.

3.-6ºC

4.-$150

5.-2

Answers:

ReplyDelete1. 12km/h higher than the speed limit.

2. Increase of temperature by 5ºC.

3. -6km

4. -$150

5. -2

1. 12km/h more than the speed limit.

ReplyDelete2. Increase in temperature by 5 degrees.

3. 6km

4. -$150

5. -2

Q1: It means 12km/h above the speed limit.

ReplyDeleteQ2: There is an increase of 5˚C in temperature.

Q3: -6km denotes a distance of 6km due west.

Q4: -150 denotes a loss of $150.

Q5: -2 is used to denote 2 floors below ground level.

12km/h above speed limit.

ReplyDeleteThere is an increase of 5 degrees.

-6km means a distance of 6km towards the west.

It denotes a loss of $150.

-2 denotes 2 floors below ground level.

Dear all

ReplyDeletePlease compare what you have submitted to what's updated in the post?

In particular, Q3 to Q5 where "-" is used to describe the "opposite"