# Chapter 4: Using Integers

Difficulty Level:

**At Grade**Created by: CK-12

### Introduction

In this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: comparing and ordering integers, operations with integers, rational numbers, the distributive property, the coordinate plane, integers and real-world situations, absolute value and scatter plots.

## Chapter Outline

- 4.1. Integers that Represent Different Situations
- 4.2. Absolute Value of Integers
- 4.3. Comparison of Integers with Absolute Value
- 4.4. Sums of Integers on a Number Line
- 4.5. Sums of Integers Using Absolute Value
- 4.6. Simplify Variable Expressions Involving Integer Addition
- 4.7. Differences of Integers Using a Number Line
- 4.8. Differences of Integers Using Absolute Value
- 4.9. Simplify Variable Expressions Involving Integer Subtraction
- 4.10. Integer Multiplication
- 4.11. Simplify Variable Expressions Involving Integer Multiplication
- 4.12. Integer Division
- 4.13. Simplify Variable Expressions Involving Integer Division
- 4.14. Properties of Rational Numbers
- 4.15. Comparison of Rational Numbers
- 4.16. Expressions and the Distributive Property
- 4.17. Points in the Coordinate Plane
- 4.18. Scatter Plots

### Chapter Summary

comparing and ordering decimals, decimal operations, rounding decimals, commutative and associative properties of addition and multiplication, the inverse property, scientific notation, metric system of measurement, converting and comparing metric units of measurement, and equivalence between customary and metric units of measurement.

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## Description

This chapter covers: comparing and ordering integers, operations with integers, rational numbers, the distributive property, the coordinate plane, integers and real-world situations, absolute value and scatter plots.

## Difficulty Level:

At Grade## Subjects:

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## Date Created:

Aug 16, 2013## Last Modified:

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