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Common Core Standard 6.NS.C.7a Questions

Interpret statements of inequality as statements about the relative position of two numbers on a number line diagram. For example, interpret –3 > –7 as a statement that –3 is located to the right of –7 on a number line oriented from left to right.

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Grade 6 Positive and Negative Numbers CCSS: 6.NS.C.7a
Grade 6 Positive and Negative Numbers CCSS: 6.NS.C.7a
Gabriel needs to plot the numbers [math]-8[/math] and [math]-5[/math] on a number line. Which statement describes how Gabriel should plot the two points?
  1. Both numbers should be plotted to the right of [math]0[/math]. [math]-8[/math] should be plotted to the right of [math]-5[/math].
  2. Both numbers should be plotted to the right of [math]0[/math]. [math]-5[/math] should be plotted to the right of [math]-8[/math].
  3. Both numbers should be plotted to the left of [math]0[/math]. [math]-8[/math] should be plotted to the right of [math]-5[/math].
  4. Both numbers should be plotted to the left of [math]0[/math]. [math]-5[/math] should be plotted to the right of [math]-8[/math].
Grade 6 Positive and Negative Numbers CCSS: 6.NS.C.7a
Grade 6 Positive and Negative Numbers CCSS: 6.NS.C.7a
Grade 6 Positive and Negative Numbers CCSS: 6.NS.C.7a
Grade 6 Positive and Negative Numbers CCSS: 6.NS.C.7a
Grade 6 Inequalities CCSS: 6.NS.C.7, 6.NS.C.7a

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