-19, -3, 19, 3
How do you figure out these problems??
You could use a number line.
What Ms. Sue said, or absolute value of each term added to each other:
11+8 = ____
This will work for any two terms, and is more practical, because if you are given larger numbers, it may be hard to graph them on a number line.
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