NS. 5 c 1 and 2 - Absolute Value

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Mathematics
Common Core

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19 questions
• Q1
Sally, Juan, and Lee all have student accounts at the college they attend. Sally’s student account balance is \$ -1, 870 comma Juan’s account balance is \$ 1,550 comma and Lee’s account balance is -\$ 800. Which statement about their balances is true?
Sally owes more money than Juan, and Juan owes more money than Lee.
Juan has the most money in his student account.
Sally has more money in her student account than Lee, and Lee has more than Juan.
Lee owes less money than Sally or Juan.
300s
• Q2
Which statement describes a number with the smallest absolute value?
The water in the pool is 78°
The temperature is -23°F
The woman owes \$140 on a credit card
The student's college is \$372
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• Q3
Which statement includes the number with the greatest absolute value?
Scott owes his brother \$20 that he borrowed.
Teresa’s bank account has a balance of negative \$17.
Walt earned \$8 for walking the dog all week for his neighbor.
Maria receives \$14 in a card for her birthday.
300s
• Q4
Find the following absolute values and use the resulting integers to answer the question. | -16 |, | +20 |, | -11 |, | - 8 | Which answer option shows the integers that result from these absolute values ordered from least to greatest?
8, 11, 16, 20
20, - 8, - 11, - 16
20, 16, 11, 8
- 16, - 8, - 11, - 20
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• Q5
Which statement is true?
| -24 | > | 16 |
| - 59 | < | 16 |
| - 79 | < | - 19 |
25 > | 25 |
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• Q6
Winter temperatures at the North Pole average - 30°F. This winter, the temperature averaged - 45°F. Which statement is true when comparing the absolute values of the temperatures?
| - 30 | < | - 45 |
| - 30 | > | - 45 |
- 30 > | - 45|
| - 30 | < 45
300s
• Q7
Which number, when placed in the blank, makes the inequality FALSE? | 5 | ≥ _______
1
| - 7 |
5
- 6
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• Q8
Which number, when placed in the blank, makes the inequality FALSE? _______ > 8
| 10 |
| 1 |
| - 13 |
| - 9 |
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• Q9
Which statement is correct?
The absolute value of –8 is less than –7.
The absolute value of –2 is greater than the absolute value of 5.
he absolute value of –34 is greater than 33.
The absolute value of –29 is less than 29.
300s
• Q10
Which of the following statements is true?
On a number line, - | 55 | is farther from 0 than | - 55 |.
On a number line, - | 55 | and | - 55 | . are the same distance from 0.
On a number line, - | 55 | and | - 55 | are at the same point.
On a number line, - | 55 | is closer to 0 than | - 55 | is.
300s
• Q11
Sam's bank account balance on Monday was \$8. On Tuesday, his account balance was minus \$ 2. How much money did Sam withdraw from his account between Monday and Tuesday?
\$10
\$8
\$2
\$6
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• Q12
The elevation of the Salton Sea in California is given as - 227 ft. What does this mean?
-227 ft above sea level
- 227 ft below sea level
227 ft below sea level
227 ft above sea level
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• Q13
Yesterday, Carlos borrowed \$5 from his brother. Today, Carlos borrowed \$3 more. Which expression represents the amount of Carlos’s debt today?
( - 5 ) x ( - 3 )
| - 5 | + | - 3 |
( - 5 ) - ( - 3 )
| - 5 | - | - 3 |
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• Q14
The elevation of the Salton Sea in California is 66 meters below sea level. Which integer BEST represents this elevation, in meters?
- 6
66
- 66
6
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• Q15
The record low for Florida is 2 degrees below zero Fahrenheit and was set on February 13, 1899. The record high is 109 degrees Fahrenheit and was set on June 29, 1931. Which pair of numbers shows these temperatures, in degrees Fahrenheit, written as integers?
2 and space -109
-2 space and -109
2 and space 109
-2 space italic and space 109
300s

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