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Lions and Tigers Introduction to the Addition of Negative Integers

The PARENTHEIS SIGN ( ) is put around a number to separate the Positive Sign from the NEGATIVE SIGN. Example: 6 + (-) 3   The NEGATIVE SIGN in front of a number means that a LION or TIGER is running AWAY from the Jungle. For example, a negative 7 (- 7) is seven Lions...

Lions and Tigers Introduction to the Subtraction of Positive and Negative Integers

When 2 NEGATIVE SIGNS are together (-) (-), the first   sign is turned upright and we call it a CHANGING SIGN   and the 2 signs are rearranged to form a POSITIVE   SIGN (+). The first NEGATIVE SIGN is turned to look  like this | called a CHANGING SIGN. With the second...

Lions and Tigers Introduction to the Multiplication of Positive and Negative Integers

When 2 POSITIVE INTEGERS are multiplied together, the answer is the same as you would get in doing non- algebra math. Example: (4) X (2) = POSITIVE 8 Example: (3) X (5) = POSITIVE 15 Therefore, this lesson will not cover multiplication of positive integers. This...

Lions and Tigers Introduction to the Multiplication of Two Negative Integers

When 2 NEGATIVE SIGNS (NEGATIVE FORCE FIELDS) are together (-) (-) , the numbers are multiplied and the first NEGATIVE SIGN is turned upright and we call it a CHANGING SIGN and the 2  signs are rearranged to form a + sign. The first NEGATIVE SIGN (-) is turned to...

Lions and Tigers Introduction to the Division of Positive Integers

The Jungle has underground tunnels and when the LIONS are in the underground tunnels the TIGERS standing above ground will be shared equally between the LIONS. The number of LIONS in the tunnel indicates how many GROUPS will be created.  Example:   There are 4 TIGERS...