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Isaac made a mistake in his checkbook. He wrote a check for $8.98 to rent a video game but mistakenly recorded it in his checkbook as an $8.98 deposit.

Represent each transaction with a rational number, and explain the difference between the transactions.

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  1. Check = -$8.98

    Deposit = +$8.98

    Difference between the two:

    $8.98 - (-$8.98) = ?

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  2. $0

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  3. use absolute value to explain how a debit of $8.98 and credit of $8.98 are similar

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  4. Credit is with all frogo and de it not

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  5. the different between both of them is that one is negative and the other one is positive

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  6. The debit is where you have to pay extra when you use it. Credit doesn't!!!!!

    8.98-(-8.98)

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  7. Can somebody help with this problem i need help rn =(

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  8. use absolute value to explain how a debit of $ 8.98 and a credit of $8.98 are similar.

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  9. what is the cooler A-2.91|B 5.7 |C-4.3

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  10. i need help also

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