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Free printable and online worksheets to help Grade 7 students review how to add integers by modeling on the number lines. The arrows are used to represent integers; they show length and direction. The arrows point to the right for positive numbers and point to the left for negative numbers.
Adding integers using a number line is a visual way to understand how integer addition works.
Here’s a step-by-step guide to add integers using a number line:
Steps to Add Integers Using a Number Line
Draw a Number Line: Draw a horizontal line and mark equally spaced points on it, representing integers.
Starting from zero, draw the arrow according to the first number.
If the number is positive, move to the right.
If the number is negative, move to the left.
The length of the arrow would be the magnitude of the number.
Look at the next number. Start the next arrow from the end of the previous arrow.
If the number is positive, move to the right.
If the number is negative, move to the left.
The length of the arrow would be the magnitude of the number.
Repeat step 3 for next number if available.
Mark the Final Position:
The point where you land after moving represents the sum of the integers.
Have a look at this video if you need to review how to add integers using the number line.
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