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  1. Order of Operations with Integers

  2. Homework Answers • A. 4 • B. -5 • C. 10 • D. 2 • E. -2 • F. -7 • G. 7 • H. -8 • I. 3 • J. 0 • K. 5 • L. 9 • M. -4 • N. -6 • O. -9 • P. 6 • Q. -1 • R. -3 • S. 8 • T. 1

  3. Charlie is operating a food booth at a local carnival. Charlie chares $5 for an adult meal and $2 for a kid meal. He purchased seventy-four cans of juice at $0.35 each and one hundred twenty hamburgers at $0.80 each. What will his profit be if 42 adults and 12 kids by a meal from his food booth? (Income – expenses = profit)

  4. Laynee made a 40 on her first math quiz. She made 100 on the second math quiz. Her final quiz grade was 25% of the first quiz grade plus 75% of the second quiz grade. Laynee said her final quiz grade is 70. Is this correct?

  5. Give an estimate for 7/24 as a percent. • Explain your thought process.

  6. Which number is NOT between -2/5 and – 60%? • A. -9/20 • B. -1/2 • C. -4/5

  7. Tonight’s worksheet…

  8. Number 1 Name the operation that should be done first. _____1. 12 – 6 x 2  3 + 4

  9. Numbers 3, 4, 5 • 3. (6 + -2)  (5 + -7) • 4. 32 -2 + (8 – 2) • 5. 46 + 2(3 – 9)

  10. Number 7 • 7.

  11. Number 9 9. Heather bought 3 bags of candy. Each bag was originally priced at $5.00 each, but were on sale for $2.00 off the original price. She gave the cashier a twenty-dollar bill. Which equation represents the amount of change she should receive? A. C. B. D.

  12. Number 13 • 13. Michelle owns stock in Wal Mart. On Monday morning, her stock opened up at $53 dollars a share. Throughout the week the stock lost $3, gained $2, gained $3, stayed the same, and lost $1. a. What was the net gain or loss? b. What was the average gain or loss in the five days?

  13. Number 16 16. What is the net loss in yards if a football team lost 3 yards on each of four successive plays?

  14. Number 18 • 18. A dive to a depth of -72 ft took 6 minutes. How many feet per minute was the descent?