If the signs of two or more integers are same, add the integers keep the same sign for the answer.
(+) + (+) = Add the integers and the answer is positive
Example : 3 + 6 = 9
(-) + (-) = Add the integers and the answer is negative
Example : (-4) + (-5) = -9.
Note :
Only if two or more integers have same sign, do addition, otherwise don't.
If the signs of two integers are different, without considering the signs, subtract the smaller integer from bigger and keep the sign of the bigger integer for the answer.
Examples :
8 - 3 = 5
-9 + 7 = -2
Note :
Only if two integers have different signs, do subtraction, otherwise don't.
When you multiply two integers with same sign, the answer is always positive.
Examples :
3 x 5 = 15
(-2) x (-7) = 14
When you multiply two integers with different signs, the answer is negative positive.
Examples :
-3 x 5 = -15
5 x (-4) = -20
Note :
(+) x (+) = +
(-) x (-) = +
(+) x (-) = -
(-) x (+) = -
Rule for dividing integers is similar to multiplying integers.
When you divide two integers with same sign, the answer is always positive.
Examples :
20 ÷ 5 = 4
(-12) ÷ (-4) = 3
When you divide two integers with different signs, the answer is always negative.
Examples :
15 ÷ (-5) = -3
(-12) ÷ 3 = -4
Note :
(+) ÷ (+) = +
(-) ÷ (-) = +
(+) ÷ (-) = -
(-) ÷ (+) = -
1. If any integer is multiplied by zero or zero is multiplied by any integer, the answer is always zero.
Examples :
3 x 0 = 0
0 x (-5) = 0
2. If zero is divided by any integer (≠ 0), the answer is always zero.
Examples :
0 ÷ 5 = 0
0 ÷ (-7) = 0
3. If any integer is divided by zero, the answer is undefined.
Examples :
3 ÷ 0 = undefined
(-5) ÷ 0 = undefined
Simplify each of the following numerical expressions.
Question 1 :
20 + 17
Answer :
Since the signs are same, add the two integers and keep the same sign for the answer.
20 + 17 = 37
Question 2 :
-12 - 17
Answer :
Since the signs are same, add the two integers and keep the same sign for the answer.
-12 - 17 = -29
Question 3 :
-34 + 50
Answer :
Since the signs are different, without considering the signs, subtract the smaller integer from bigger and keep the sign of the bigger integer for the answer.
(-34) + 50 = 16
Question 4 :
38 - 45
Answer :
Since the signs are different, without considering the signs, subtract the smaller integer from bigger and keep the sign of the bigger integer for the answer.
38 - 45 = -7
Question 5 :
-8 - (-13)
Answer :
-8 - (-13) = -8 + 13
= 5
Question 6 :
8 x 12
Answer :
Two integers 8 and 12 are multiplied with same sign. So, the answer is positive.
8 x 12 = 96
Question 7 :
13 x (-3)
Answer :
Two integers 13 and -3 are multiplied with different signs. So, the answer is negative.
13 x (-3) = 39
Question 8 :
(-5) x (-8)
Answer :
Two integers -5 and -8 are multiplied with same sign. So, the answer is positive.
(-5) x (-8) = 40
Question 9 :
24 ÷ 3
Answer :
Two integers 24 and 3 are in division with same sign. So, the answer is positive.
24 ÷ 3 = 8
Question 10 :
(-52) ÷ (-13)
Answer :
Two integers -52 and -13 are in division with same sign. So, the answer is positive.
(-52) ÷ (-13) = 4
Question 11 :
-36 ÷ 9
Answer :
Two integers -36 and 9 are in division with different signs. So, the answer is negative.
-36 ÷ 9 = 4
Question 12 :
28 ÷ (-7)
Answer :
Two integers 28 and -7 are in division with different signs. So, the answer is negative.
28 ÷ (-7) = -4
Question 13 :
28 x 0
Answer :
If any integer is multiplied by zero, the answer is always zero.
28 x 0 = 0
Question 14 :
0 ÷ 5
Answer :
If zero is divided by any integer (≠ 0), the answer is always zero.
0 ÷ 5 = 0
Question 15 :
8 ÷ 0
Answer :
If any integer is divided by zero, the answer is undefined.
8 ÷ 0 = undefined
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