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## Texas Go Math Grade 6 Module 1 Quiz Answer Key

**Texas Go Math Grade 6 Module 1 Ready to Go On? Answer Key**

**1.1 Identifying Integers and Their Opposites**

Question 1.

The table shows the elevations in feet of several locations around a coastal town. Graph and label the locations on the number line according to their elevations.

Answer:

**Write the opposite of each number.**

Question 2.

– 22 ______________

Answer:

Opposite of – 22 is clearly 22

Question 3.

0 ______________

Answer:

Opposite of 0 is clearly 0

**1.2 Comparing and Ordering Integers**

**List the numbers in order from least to greatest.**

Question 4.

– 2, 8, – 15, – 5, 3, 1 ________________

Answer:

Number – 15 is smaller than – 5 which is smaller than – 2 which is smaller than 1 which is smaller than 3 which is smaller than 8

Therefore list from least to greatest goes:

– 15, – 5, – 2, 1, 3, 8

**Compare. Write < or >.**

Question 5.

– 3 _______ – 15

Answer:

Number – 3 is greater than – 15 so we can write:

– 3 > – 15

Question 6.

9 _________ – 10

Answer:

Number 9 is greater than – 10 so we can write:

9 > – 10

**1.3 Absolute Value**

**Graph each number on the number line. Then use your number line to find the absolute value of each number.**

Question 7.

2 ________

Answer:

By Looking at the graph we can see that distance from 2 to 0 is 2 units.

Therefore, absolute value of 2 is 2

Question 8.

– 8 __________

Answer:

By Looking at the graph we can see that distance from – 8 to 0 is 8 units

Therefore, absolute value of – 8 is 8

Question 9.

– 5__________

Answer:

By Looking at the graph we can see that distance from – 5 to 0 is 5 units.

Therefore, absolute value of – 5 is 5

**Essential Question**

Question 10.

How can you use absolute value to represent a negative number in a real-world situation?

Answer:

Absolute value in real world can be used to represent:

Amount of money we owe on a bank account or to represent depth of some place based on sea level…

**Texas Go Math Grade 6 Module 1 Mixed Review Texas Test Prep Answer Key**

Question 1.

Which number line shows 2, 3 and – 3?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Answer:

Let’s draw our number line and represent numbers 2, 3, – 3 on it!

(C)

Question 2.

What is the opposite of – 3?

(A) 3

(B) 0

(C) –\(\frac{1}{3}\)

(D) \(\frac{1}{3}\)

Answer:

Opposite of – 3 is 3

(A) 3

Question 3.

Darrel is currently 20 feet below sea level. Which correctly describes the opposite of Darrel’s elevation?

(A) 20 feet below sea level

(B) 20 feet above sea level

(C) 2 feet below sea level

(D) At sea level

Answer:

Opposite of 20 feet below sea level is 20 feet above sea level!

(B) 20 feet above sea level

Question 4.

Which has the same absolute value as – 55?

(A) 0

(B) 1

(C) 1

(D) 55

Answer:

Number 55 has same absolute value as – 55

(D) 55

Question 5.

In Bangor it is – 3°F, in Fairbanks it is – 12°F, in Fargo it is – 8°F, and in Calgary it is – 15°F. In which city is it the coldest?

(A) Bangor

(B) Fairbanks

(C) Fargo

(D) Calgary

Answer:

Temperature – 3°F is higher than – 8°F which is higher than – 12°F which is higher than – 15°F.

We add Bangor, Fargo, Fairbanks, Calgary to these values respectively!

Now, we can conclude that Calgary is coldest!

(D) Calgary

Question 6.

Which shows the integers in order from least to greatest?

(A) 20, 6, – 2, – 13

(B) – 2, 6, – 13, 20

(C) – 13, – 2, 6, 20

(D) 20, – 13, 6, – 2

Answer:

We have numbers – 2, – 13, 20, 6 and we want to find our order from least to greatest

Number – 13 is smaller than – 2 which is smaller than 6 which is smaller than 20

Therefore, order from least to highest would be: – 13, – 2, 6, 20

(C) – 13, – 2, 6, 20

Question 7.

How would you use a number line to put integers in order from greatest to least?

(A) Graph the integers, then read them from left to right.

(B) Graph the integers, then read them from right to left.

(C) Graph the absolute values of the integers, then read them from left to right.

(D) Graph the absolute values of the integers, then read them from right to left.

Answer:

I would graph the number line and then simply read numbers from right to Left side.

(B) Graph the integers, then read them from right to left.

**Gridded Response**

Question 8.

The table shows the change in several savings accounts over the past month. Which value represents the least change?

Answer:

Change of – $302 is higher than change of $108 which is higher than change 0 – $45 which is higher than change of $25.

Therefore, lowest change is $25.