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During scuba lessons Sue dove 30 feet. Harriet dove 120 feet, and Kathy dove 90 feet. What integers represent these depths? Order the integers from least to greatest.

Is it 30, 90, 120 or is there something else I need to do?

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Should these integers be negative numbers?

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Yes thank you forgot it was talking about diving.

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