### Mod 1 lesson 25 day 5 (CI) matches worksheet.notebook

```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
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
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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