# Ch 5: ASSET Elementary Algebra: Integers

Review these text and video lessons in order to add to what you've learned about integers. The chapter includes several short quizzes that could help you when you take the ASSET Elementary Algebra test.

## ASSET Elementary Algebra: Integers - Chapter Summary

If you want to pass the ASSET Elementary Algebra test, enhance your chances by exploring these text and video lessons on integers and their purpose. You could learn about the definitions, formulas and rules that are associated with different kinds of integers, study the meanings of key terms such as multiplicative identity and column multiplication, and discover how to use the number line when working with absolute values. Learn from the many included examples, and take opportunities to practice what you're studying. Utilize this chapter so that you can:

• Define integers and distinguish between positive and negative integers
• Give examples of consecutive integers
• Understand the rules for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers
• Simplify integer expressions

Watch and review these text and animated video lessons on integers, and complete them as well as your school assignments while you're preparing for the ASSET Elementary Algebra test. Ten minutes or less in length, the videos can easily be navigated by clicking to pause and start them. Video tags under the timeline link will reveal and provide immediate access to the lessons' major areas of emphasis. The text lessons feature transcripts, and they have quizzes and links to relevant content just as the video lessons do.

9 Lessons in Chapter 5: ASSET Elementary Algebra: Integers
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