Examples, solutions, videos, worksheets, stories and songs to help Grade 7 students learn how to compare and order integers using the number line.
Integers can be represented on a number line. Numbers on the right of a number line are greater than the numbers on the left. We can use the number line to help us compare and order integers.
Comparing and locating integers
We can compare and order integers by first locating them on the number line. The numbers on the right of the number line is greater than the numbers on the left of the number line.
Comparing and Ordering Integers
In this lesson, students learn to compare integers by graphing the integers on a number line. The integer to the left on the number line is always less than the integer to the right. Since negative integers are to the left on a number line, and positive integers are to the right, a negative integer is always less than a positive integer.
Comparing Integers Using Inequalities
This video provides examples of comparing integers using inequality symbols by plotting the integers on the number line.
Compare and Order Integers on a number line
This lesson demonstrates how to compare and order integers using a number line.
Compare and Order Integers
Comparing and ordering integers using a number line.
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