An elevator ride down Steven stories

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An elevator ride down Steven stories
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hosentak
Answered 2021-02-06 Author has 100 answers
Since the elevator is going down, the situation is represented by a negative integer. Since it goes down 7 stories, then it is represented by the integer −7.
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