# Using Number Lines (Grade 6)

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## Using Number Lines

1.

Plot and label the points on the number line.

A = 3

B = -4

C = 0

A = 3

B = -4

C = 0

2.

Graph the following set of numbers on the number line:

{integers less than 4 but greater than or equal to -3}

{integers less than 4 but greater than or equal to -3}

3.

Label the marks on the number line using 0.5 as the interval. The number line should range from -2.5 to 2.5.

4.

Label the marks on the number line using [math]1/2[/math] as the interval. The number line should range from [math]-2 1/2[/math] to [math]2 1/2[/math].

5.

Find the sum. Graph the coordinates on the number line and use arrows to represent the equation.

3 + 1 =

3 + 1 =

6.

Find the sum. Graph the coordinates on the number line and use arrows to represent the equation.

(-4) + (2) =

(-4) + (2) =

7.

Find the sum. Graph the coordinates on the number line and use arrows to represent the equation.

2 + (-3) =

2 + (-3) =

8.

Find the sum. Graph the coordinates on the number line and use arrows to represent the equation.

(-1) + (-4) =

(-1) + (-4) =

9.

Find the difference. Graph the coordinates on the number line and use arrows to represent the equation.

0 - (-2) =

0 - (-2) =

10.

Find the difference. Graph the coordinates on the number line and use arrows to represent the equation.

(-5) - (-2) =

(-5) - (-2) =

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