anonymous
  • anonymous
Rewrite 4 − 5 using the additive inverse and display the new expression on a number line.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
4 + 5 A horizontal number line is shown with labels from 0 to 16. A blue arrow begins at 0 and ends at 4. Another blue arrow begins at 4 and ends at 9. 4 − (−5) A horizontal number line is shown with labels from 0 to 16. A blue arrow begins at 0 and ends at 4. Another blue arrow begins at 4 and ends at 9. 5 − 4 A horizontal number line is shown with labels from negative 8 to positive 8. A blue arrow begins at 0 and ends at 5. A red arrow begins at 5 and ends at 1. 4 + (−5) A horizontal number line is shown with labels from negative 8 to positive 8. A blue arrow begins at 0 and goes to 4. A red arrow begins at 4 and goes to negative 1.
anonymous
  • anonymous
o-o these are the answers.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@GuitarNerd2015

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Whew...uh...don't "completely" trust em on this one, but if I were to use the properties definition... I would say...the last one...
anonymous
  • anonymous
*me
anonymous
  • anonymous
Additive inverse again @GuitarNerd2015 ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
guitarnerd i praise you.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got 100 percent on mah test.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hahah, thats awesome! Congrats @FlamePlaysMC

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