## Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 California 1st Edition Chapter 1 Integers Exercise 1.1 Answer Key

**Page 1 Problem 1 Answer**

Here given that depositing of $85 in a bank account.

Now we have to represent this condition with positive or negative number.

So here given that deposit of money in bank ,we know that if you deposit some money in bank then our saving amount in bank account increasing so we can represent it by positive number.

Depositing of $ 85 in a bank account =+85

**Page 1 Problem 2, Answer**

Here given that Riding an elevator down 3 floor.

Now we have to represent this situation with Positive or negative number.

If we take riding of an elevator to up as positive then obviously the riding of an elevator down is negative.

So Riding an elevator down 3 floor is −3

** Page 1 Problem 3, Answer**

Here given that the foundation of a house sinking 5 inches.

Now we have to present this situation by positive or negative number.

The foundation of a house sinking means decrease of the height of foundation.

So we can represent the foundation of a house sinking 5 inches =−5

The foundation of a house sinking 5 inches =−5

**Page 1 Problem 4, Answer**

Here given that the temperature of 98° above zero —–

Now we have to represent it by positive or negative number

The temperature above zero degree is assumed as positive so

The temperature of 98∘ above zero =+98°

So the temperature of 98° above zero is +98°

**Page 1 Problem 5, Answer**

Here given the number line

We have to graph the −2 and its opposite number in number line.

The graph for −2 and its opposite number +2 is

**Problem 6 Page 1 Answer**

Here given the number +3

Now we have to write the opposite number of it and have to graph both .

So the opposite number of +3 is −3 And the graph is

**Page 1 Problem 7, Answer**

Here given that the number −5

Now we have to write the opposite number of the given number and have to draw the graph for both of them.

So the opposite number of −5 is +5 And the graph is

**Page 1 Problem 8, Answer**

Here given that the number +1

Now we have to write the opposite number of it and have to draw the graph.

So the opposite number of +1 is −1 And the graph is

**Page 1 Problem 9, Answer**

Here given that the average temperature in Fairbanks, Alaska, in February is 4°F below zero.

Now we have to write this temperature as an integer.

We know that the temperature below zero degree is represented by negative number.

So the average temperature of Fairbanks, Alaska, in February is 4°F below zero can be represented as −4∘F

So the temperature can be represented as −4° F.

**Page 1 Problem 10, Answer**

Here given that the average temperature in Fairbanks, Alaska, in November is 2° F above zero.

Now we have to write this temperature as an integer.

So the temperature above zero degree can be represented by positive number.

So the average temperature in Fairbanks, Alaska, in November is 2°F above zero is +2°F

The average temperature in Fairbanks, Alaska, in November is 2° F above zero is +2° F

**Page 1 Problem 11, Answer**

Here given that the highest point in the state of Louisiana is Driskill Mountain. It rises 535 feet above sea level.

Now we have to represent this elevation as an integer.

We know that the elevation of a mountain is represented by positive number

So the elevation of Driskill Mountain is +535feet

The elevation of Driskill Mountain is +535feet

**Page 1 Problem 12, Answer**

Here given that the lowest point in the state of Louisiana is New Orleans. The city’s elevation is 8 feet below sea level.

Now we have to represent the elevation of New Orleans as an integer.

If we take the elevation above sea as positive number than the city’s elevation below the sea level is represented by negative integer.

Now the elevation of New Orleans below the sea level is −8feet

The elevation of New Orleans is −8feet

**Page 1 Problem 13, Answer**

Here given that Death Valley, California, has the lowest elevation in the United States. Its elevation is 282 feet below sea level. Mount McKinley, Alaska, has the highest elevation in the United States. Its elevation is 20,320 feet above sea level

Now we have to write the elevation of two location united states as an integer.

If we take the elevation above sea level as positive then the elevation below the sea level must be negative.

The elevation of Mount McKinley is −282 feet .

The elevation of is Alaska is +20320feet

So The height of the two location of united states are as follows

The elevation of Mount McKinley is −282feet and The elevation of Alaska is +20320feet

**Page 1 Problem 14, Answer**

No there are no integers between zero and one . Because there are no whole number between them

No there are no integers between zero and one . Because there are no whole number between them.

Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6, California 1st Edition, Chapter 1: Integers

**Page 2 Exercise 1 Answer**

Here given that an increase of 3 points

Now we have to represent this by positive or negative number.

So an increase of 3 points is represented by +3

**Page 2 Exercise 2, Answer**

Here given that spending $10

Now we have to express this by positive or negative number.

So the spending of $10 can be represented by $(−10)

**Page 2 Exercise 3, Answer**

Here given that earning of $25

Now we have to express it by a positive or negative number.

So the earnings of $25 can be represented by $+25

**Page 2 Exercise 4, Answer**

Here given that a loss of 5 yards.

Now we have to represent it by positive or negative number.

So the loss of 5 yards is −5yards

**Page 2 Exercise 5, Answer:**

Here given the integer −1 ,now we have to write it’s opposite number and have to place them in number line

So the opposite number of −1 is +1

And the number line is

**Page 2 Exercise 6, Answer:**

Here given the number 9

Now we have to write it’s opposite number and have to present them in the number line

So the opposite number of 9 is −9

And the number line is

**Page 2 Exercise 7, Answer**

Given: 6 Write each integer and its opposite. Then graph them on the number line.

The graph of the given integer 6 and its opposite is

**Page 2 Exercise 8, Answer**

Given: -5. Write each integer and its opposite. Then graph them on the number line.

The graph of the given integer -5 and its opposite 5 is

**Go Math Answer Key**

- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 1: Integers Exercise 1.1 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 1: Integers Exercise 1.2 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 1: Integers Exercise 1.3 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 2: Factors and Multiples Exercise 2.1 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 2: Factors and Multiples Exercise 2.2 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 3: Rational Numbers Exercise 3.1 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 3: Rational Numbers Exercise 3.2 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 3: Rational Numbers Exercise 3.3 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 4: Operations with Fractions Exercise 4.1 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 4: Operations with Fractions Exercise 4.2 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 4: Operations with Fractions Exercise 4.3 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 4: Operations with Fractions Exercise 4.4 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 5: Operations with Decimals Exercise 5.1 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 5: Operations with Decimals Exercise 5.2 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 5: Operations with Decimals Exercise 5.3 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 5: Operations with Decimals Exercise 5.4 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 5: Operations with Decimals Exercise 5.5 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 8: Percents Exercise 8.1 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 8: Percents Exercise 8.2 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 Chapter 8: Percents Exercise 8.3 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6, Chapter 6: Representing Ratios and Rates Exercise 6.1 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6, Chapter 6: Representing Ratios and Rates Exercise 6.2 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6, Chapter 6: Representing Ratios and Rates Exercise 6.3 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6, Chapter 7: Applying Ratios and Rates Exercise 7.1 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6, Chapter 7: Applying Ratios and Rates Exercise 7.2 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6, Chapter 7: Applying Ratios and Rates Exercise 7.3 Answer Key
- Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6, Chapter 7: Applying Ratios and Rates Exercise 7.4 Answer Key