# Compare Integers Worksheet

There are three sets of compare integers worksheets:
Integers, Less & More (one less, one more)
Compare Integers (use <, >, = )
Ordering Integers (increasing or decreasing order)

Examples, solutions, videos, and worksheets to help Grade 6 students learn how to compare integers. Include integer word problems.

### How to compare integers?

There are three sets of compare integers worksheets:

• one-digit integers
• integers from -20 to 20
• two-digit integers

We can compare integers using the integer number line.

The integer number line is a visual representation of the set of integers. The number line includes positive numbers, negative numbers, and zero as can be seen in the following figure.

The number line is particularly useful for comparing integers. We can visually determine which integer is greater or lesser by their positions on the number line. Integers to the right are greater, while integers to the left are smaller.

Have a look at this video if you need to review how to compare integers.

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### More Compare Integers Worksheets

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Compare Integers Worksheet #1 (1-digit integers)
Compare Integers Worksheet #2 (integers from -20 to 20)
Compare Integers Worksheet #3 (2-digit integers)

Online or Interactive
Integers, 1 less or 1 more
Compare Integers

### Compare Integers Word Problems

1. The temperature in City A is -8 degrees Celsius, while the temperature in City B is -2 degrees Celsius. Which city has a higher temperature?

2. John is standing at an elevation of 250 meters below sea level, and Maria is standing at an elevation of 150 meters above sea level. Whose elevation is higher?

3. Mark has \$20 in his bank account, and Sarah has a debt of \$75. Whose financial situation is better?

4. Sam owes \$500, and Alex owes \$700. Who owes more money?

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