Integers are whole numbers and their negatives. We use integers to count things, and they can be added, subtracted, multiplied, and divided. Integers can be found on number lines, on graphs tracking changes in things, and in algebraic equations and expressions. Integers make up our phone numbers, our zip codes, and when we check the temperature. We see integers in sports when we check the score and in driving when we check our speed. Check out the resources in this VLE to learn how to add, subtract, and multiply integers!

Videos about Integers:

Adding on a Number Line



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Integer Multiplication
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