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The statement below describes a situation in which opposite quantities combine to make 0. Is the statement true or false?
A mountain biker gets halfway up a hill and realizes he forgot his water, so he returns to his starting point.
True
False

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- amilapsn

|dw:1440607171841:dw|
right?

- anonymous

yes

- amilapsn

So what do you think?

- anonymous

true

- amilapsn

Bingo!

- anonymous

thanks! i have a bunch of more questions! cab you help?

- amilapsn

hm... ok...

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ok :) thx!

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- amilapsn

here also you can apply the mountain biker's logic...

- amilapsn

first he deposites\(\rightarrow\)going uphill
then withdraws\(\rightarrow\)returning back

- amilapsn

So, what would be the answer?

- anonymous

d @amilapsn

- amilapsn

gotcha!

- anonymous

The statement below describes a situation in which opposite quantities combine to make 0. Is the statement true or false?
Jeremy spends $4 for breakfast and then spends $4 for lunch.
True
False

- amilapsn

This is easy for you. I know you know the answer.. :)

- anonymous

false

- amilapsn

yep... climbing downhill and climbing downhill again

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It's not clear

- anonymous

ok im going to zoom in on each multiple choice

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@amilapsn

- amilapsn

ok

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hm...... I think now you can help me to figure out what's the answer dear :)

- anonymous

no i dot know :(

- anonymous

@amilapsn

- amilapsn

remember our biker... Same logic applies here...

- amilapsn

Here's the logic.:
Start from zero.
Going up means plus(+)
Going down means minus (-)
Got that?

- anonymous

c?

- amilapsn

yep

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gains---> plus
losses---->minuses
right?
So what do you guess?

- anonymous

a

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@amilapsn

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@amilapsn

- amilapsn

Very well done!

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You know multiplying of mixed fractions right?

- anonymous

yes

- amilapsn

What you want to know is the sighn, ok?

- amilapsn

*sign

- anonymous

i got d

- amilapsn

not quite...

- anonymous

b sorry @amilapsn

- amilapsn

yep!

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Without multiplying, determine the sign of the product (−247,634)(183,758).
The sign of the product is positive because a negative multiplied by a positive is a positive.
The sign of the product is negative because a negative multiplied by a positive is a negative.
The sign of the product is negative because the first number is negative.
The sign of the product is positive because the second number is positive.

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b?

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@amilapsn

- amilapsn

yep...

- anonymous

Multiply (3)(−4)(2).
−48
−24
24
48

- anonymous

b?

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@amilapsn

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Marlon withdrew $25 from his savings account every week for 5 weeks. Which expression is the best choice to help him determine the total amount of money he withdrew?
(25)(−5) = −125; he withdrew $125
(−25)(5) = −125; he withdrew $125
(−25)(−5) = 125; he withdrew $125
(25)(5) = 125; he withdrew $125

- amilapsn

yep you are correct....

- anonymous

@amilapsn

- amilapsn

withdraw means minus right?

- anonymous

yes

- amilapsn

So what do you think?

- anonymous

a?

- amilapsn

think again.... have you seen ..... ;)

- anonymous

is it either b or c?

- amilapsn

It can't be c, Can you say why?

- anonymous

um i dont know

- amilapsn

usually the terms cannot be minus values... they are always positive.... So 5 cannot be negative.... Got it?

- anonymous

got it! so b?

- amilapsn

hm.... yeah...

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you can think it like this way:
Here's also the bicycle logic
\[\Huge\sf\color{blueviolet}{a\star b}\]
We always begin with zero...
Let's think we are on the zero.
first simply we go to the point a.
For example if a=5 we walk to 5.. if it's -5 we walk to -5
Then we've to consider the \(\color{blueviolet}{\star}\). It can be \(\color{blueviolet}{+}\) or \(\color{blueviolet}{-}\)
if it's + we don't have to turn
But if it's minus we have to turn back...
Then we have to consider about b
If its minus we move bakward the amount of b... let say b=-2.. then we move backward two units
if b is positive we just have to move forward the amont.
Got it....

- anonymous

so what would it be

- amilapsn

Can you please follow the steps and tell me the answer?

- anonymous

ok

- anonymous

a

- amilapsn

yep....

- anonymous

What number should be added to 17 to make the sum 0?
0
–16
17
–17

- anonymous

d?

- amilapsn

yep... !!

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Use absolute value to express the distance between −10 and 16 on the number line.
|−10 − 16| = −6
|−10 − 16| = 6
|−10 − 16| = −26
|−10 − 16| = 26

- amilapsn

@ikram002p can you help her?

- ikram002p

sorry have to do something =(

- amilapsn

ok np .... @geny55 please bump your question.. someone will help you

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- rainbow_rocks03

@geny55 plz open new boards for new questions.

- rainbow_rocks03

TY. :)

- rainbow_rocks03

good luck on those questions

- anonymous

thx

- anonymous

@ikram002p please help

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- itsbribro

it's D your last answer i believe.

- rainbow_rocks03

Plz don't give out direct answers @itsbribro

- rainbow_rocks03

TY

- itsbribro

sorry @rainbow_rocks03

- rainbow_rocks03

it's alright. :)

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