Praxis math flashcards for both Praxis I and II exams1.16MB. 0 audio & 185 images. Updated 2013-01-05.
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|Back||Consecutive integers are integers that differ by 1. Example: -3 and -2 are consecutive integersExample: x and x+1 are consecutive integers|
|Front||Multiplication of Integers|
|Back||The RULE for multiplying integers is: If the signs are the same, multiply the absolute values of the numbers and give the result a positive sign.If the signs are different, multiply the absolute values of the numbers and give the result a negative sign.|
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