Mod 1 lesson 25 day 5 (CI) matches worksheet.notebook December 11, 2014 Word Problems: Consecutive Integers Standards: N-Q.1 A-CED.1 Objective: Students will be able to solve consecutive integer problems algebraically. A-REI.3 Consecutive: Numbers that follow each other Integers: Positive and Negative Whole Numbers Mod 1 lesson 25 day 5 (CI) matches worksheet.notebook December 11, 2014 Review Procedure for Word Problems: 1. Let statements 2. Equation 3. Solve 4. Plug solution into let statements 5. Check, does the answer make sense 6. Answer as âˆ´ statement Change order for more than, less than, and subtracted from 1) Find two consecutive integers whose sum is 35. Let x = 1st consecutive integer Let x + 1 = 2nd " " Mod 1 lesson 25 day 5 (CI) matches worksheet.notebook December 11, 2014 2) Find two consecutive integers whose sum is 41. Let x = 1st consecutive integer Let x + 1 = 2nd " " 3) Find two consecutive integers whose sum is -15. Let x = 1st consecutive integer Let x + 1 = 2nd " " Mod 1 lesson 25 day 5 (CI) matches worksheet.notebook December 11, 2014 4) Find three consecutive integers whose sum is 24. Let x = 1st consecutive integer Let x + 1 = 2nd " " Let x + 2 = 3rd " " 5) Find three consecutive integers such that the sum of the first and third is 22. Let x = 1st consecutive integer Let x + 1 = 2nd " " Let x + 2 = 3rd " " Mod 1 lesson 25 day 5 (CI) matches worksheet.notebook December 11, 2014 6) Find three consecutive integers such that the sum of the first and third is -38. Let x = 1st consecutive integer Let x + 1 = 2nd " " Let x + 2 = 3rd " " 7) Find three consecutive integers such that the third is 13 less than the sum of the first and the second. Let x = 1st consecutive integer Let x + 1 = 2nd " " Let x + 2 = 3rd " " Mod 1 lesson 25 day 5 (CI) matches worksheet.notebook December 11, 2014 8) Find three consecutive intesters such that the sum of the first two integers is 24 more than the third integer. Let x = 1st consecutive integer Let x + 1 = 2nd " " Let x + 2 = 3rd " " 10)Find three consecutive integers such that the third is 15 less than the sum of the first and the second. Let x = 1st consecutive integer Let x + 1 = 2nd " " Let x + 2 = 3rd " " Mod 1 lesson 25 day 5 (CI) matches worksheet.notebook December 11, 2014 11) Find three consecutive integers such that twice the smallest is 14 more than the largest. Let x = 1st consecutive integer Let x + 1 = 2nd " " Let x + 2 = 3rd " " 12) Find two consecutive integers such that three times the larger is 17 more than the smaller. Let x = 1st consecutive integer Let x + 1 = 2nd " " Mod 1 lesson 25 day 5 (CI) matches worksheet.notebook December 11, 2014 13) Find two consecutive integers such that 5 times the smaller exceeds the larger by 31. Let x = 1st consecutive integer Let x + 1 = 2nd " "

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