Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
compare each of the following integers. use <,>, or =
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Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
the question is -8 and 4
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YoloShroom
  • YoloShroom
-8<4 is that what you mean?

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Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
yea
YoloShroom
  • YoloShroom
We know that -8 is less than four because of where they lie on the nuber line.|dw:1444088476074:dw|
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
i got 7 more
YoloShroom
  • YoloShroom
Here lemme show you how greater than less than and equals work.
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
-2 and -6
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
so it would be 2->-6
YoloShroom
  • YoloShroom
yes
YoloShroom
  • YoloShroom
-2>-6
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
ok
YoloShroom
  • YoloShroom
because -2 comes before -6 on the number line.
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
n= -15
YoloShroom
  • YoloShroom
@calculusxy can you help him out? i gotta head out.
anonymous
  • anonymous
What do you mean by n= -15?
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
thats the question its
anonymous
  • anonymous
That's all it says? It doesn't say another number?
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
for each value of n find a the absoulte value of n: |n| b the oppisite of n: -n
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
thats the question
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay, so the absolute value of -15 is 15, and the opposite of 15 is -15. How would you write the relation between those two?
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
idk
anonymous
  • anonymous
|-15| = 15; opposite of 15 = -15. Is 15 >, <, or = -15?
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which number is bigger; 15 or -15?
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
-15
anonymous
  • anonymous
|dw:1444092674001:dw| Negative is always smaller than positive. +15 > -15
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
ok so 15 is bigger
anonymous
  • anonymous
Correct. Positive numbers are always bigger than negative numbers.
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
number 15 is n = -4
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
that question that we just did was 14
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
whats the anwser
anonymous
  • anonymous
I've got to go, maybe @satellite73 can help you?
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300
ok
Jollypikachu300
  • Jollypikachu300

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