Math Practice Topic: Integer Word Problems

Description: Solving word problems for integers.

Adaptive Learning Progression: The problems become more complex.

Sample Levels (out of 8)

Solve. If necessary, separate your answers by commas. Example: 2,3

1.
The sum of two consecutive integers is -35. Find the two integers.
2.
The sum of two consecutive integers is -37. Find the two integers.

Solve. If necessary, separate your answers by commas. Example: 2,3

1.
The sum of two even consecutive integers is -50. Find the two integers.
2.
The sum of two even consecutive integers is 46. Find the two integers.

Solve. If necessary, separate your answers by commas. Example: 2,3

1.
The sum of an integer and four less than five times the next consecutive integer is 115. Find the integers.
2.
The sum of an integer and ten less than five times itself is 92. Find the integer.

Solve. If necessary, separate your answers by commas. Example: 2,3

1.
The square of an integer minus nine times the integer is -8. Find all possible solutions.
2.
Two less than an integer times six more than the integer is 20. Find all possible solutions.
3.
The sum of the squares of two consecutive even positive integers is 100. Find the integers.

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