In this worksheet, we will practice adding positive and negative integers in both abstract and real-world contexts that do not just involve numbers but also units.

Q1:

Evaluate for , , and .

Q2:

Fill in the blank: .

Q3:

Elizabeth recorded some temperatures during the day on a number line. At 8:00 am, the temperature was represented by an integer that is the opposite of . At 3:00 pm, the temperature was . Write an integer that describes the change in temperature.

Q4:

During a five-day cold wave, Daniel recorded the temperature each day at noon. The temperature was on Monday, on Tuesday, on Wednesday, on Thursday, and on Friday. The temperature at noon on Saturday was warmer than the temperature on Thursday. What was the temperature on Saturday?

Q5:

Madison opened a checking account with \$380. If she deposited \$39, \$11, and \$65 in her account and then withdrew \$76 and \$57, determine her current balance.

Q6:

Consider the following figure. What sum does this diagram represent?

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What is the distance between the first addend and the sum?

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Q7:

Consider the following figure. What sum does this diagram represent?

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What is the distance between the first addend (2) and the sum?

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Q8:

Consider the following figure. What sum does this diagram represent?

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What is the distance between the first addend (4) and the sum?

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Q9:

Consider the following figure. What sum does this diagram represent?

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What is the distance between the first addend (5) and the sum?

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Q10:

Consider the following figure. What sum does this diagram represent?

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What is the distance between the first addend and the sum?

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