Math Forum - Problems Library - Pre-Algebra, Integers

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 TOPICS This page: integers Integers These problems require knowledge of negative and positive numbers, and are suitable for the beginning pre-algebra student. Problems from the Algebra PoW's Integer Operations category might also be appropriate for middle school students. Related Resources Interactive resources from our Math Tools project: Math 7: Integers The closest match in our Ask Dr. Math archives: FAQ: Integers Middle School: Negative Numbers NCTM Standards: Number and Operations Standard for Grades 6-8 Access to these problems requires a Membership. Guess My Number If You Can! - Judy Ann Brown Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 4. Use division clues to reveal the secret number. ... more>> Integer Game - Suzanne Alejandre Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 1. Help Alisa pick a set of six cards to win the Integer Game. ... more>> Prime Probability - Lisa Lavelle Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 3. Given the expression n^2 - 5, what is the probability that the result is prime for integers between 2 and 12? ... more>> Shelvin's Scores - Suzanne Alejandre Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 2. How many of each kind of question did Shelvin get right? ... more>> Sketchley Names That Negative - Suzanne Alejandre, Steve Risberg Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 2. Use five given negative numbers to form an expression that equals the target number. ... more>> Sketchley Names That Number - Steve Risberg Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 1. Use five given integers to form an expression that equals the target number. ... more>> Suli's Sense - Encyclop�dia Britannica Math in Context Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 3. Explain if Suli's result was a coincidence. ... more>> Temperature Change - Judy Ann Brown Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 2. Use the given information to find the temperature. ... more>> Unknown Numbers - Suzanne Alejandre and Lillian Ray Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 2. Use the four equations to figure out which numbers the quadrilateral and the circle represent. ... more>> Page:  1