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Unit 4 Integers Study Guide
13.) Plot the following numbers on the number line: , 1.2, 125%
45.) A meteorologist found the following temperatures in Grand Rapids, Michigan for one week. Which day was the coldest? Which day was the warmest?
Monday

5.2˚ F

Tuesday

6˚ F

Wednesday

0.9˚ F

Thursday

0˚ F

Friday

0.2˚ F

Saturday

9˚ F

Sunday

5.8˚ F
 4.) Coldest: ____________
5.) Warmest: ___________
67.) An oceanographer took measurements of fish swimming at different depths in the ocean. Looking at the chart, which fish swam the closest to the surface? Which fish swam the deepest below the surface?
6.) Closest to surface: ____________
7.) Deepest from surface: _________
8.) Which number, 13.9 or 18, is farther away from zero? _____________
9.) What two numbers have an absolute value of 22? __________________
10.) Put the following numbers in order from least to greatest: 0.9, 5, 3.5, , 70%
Order: ________________________________________
11.) Julie took a vacation to the Appalachian in West Virginia. She did a lot of hiking and sometimes she was above sea level and sometimes she was below sea level. Put her stopping points in order from least (below sea level) to greatest (above sea level).
She stopped at the following elevations:
184.38 feet, 184.284 feet, 184 feet, and 188 feet.
Order: __________________________________________
12.) In the above situation, what would a measurement of zero feet represent?
________________________________________________________
13.) Which number has the greatest absolute value?
26, 12, 17, 28 ______________
14.) Mark X on the number line that shows the location of the opposite of Point H.
Use >, <, =, ≥, ≤ to compare the numbers:
15.)  11 30 16.) 9 9
17.) 2.65 2.6 18.) 4^{3} 3^{4 }
19.) The balance in Jamie’s checkbook is $14.94. The balance in Katie’s checkbook is $12.95. Who owes more money?
20.) Given 172%, what is the equivalent fraction?________________________
What is the equivalent decimal?_________________________
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