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PLEASE HELP! WILL FAN AND MEDAL football player gains 7 yards, loses 4 yards, and gained 12 yards. Write his gains and losses as integers. If he started at zero where does he end up?

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Let's think of a gain as positive integers, and a loss as negative integers. How would you write each phrase as an integer?
"gains 7"
"loses 4"
"gains 12"

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+7 -4 +12 ?

- BTaylor

perfect.
So those are the integers. When you add them all up, you will find his net distance (total gain or loss)

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