# Number Lines and Rational Numbers (Grade 6)

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## Number Lines and Rational Numbers

1.

Sam plots -(-4) on the number line. What number(s) should he plot?

- 0
- -4
- 4
- -4 and 4

2.

To plot the point -(-8) on the number line, the line would need to be extended more points to the .

- 3, right
- 3, left
- 8, right
- 8, left

3.

If the opposite of 2 was plotted on the number line, which number point(s) would be marked?

- 2
- -2
- -(-2)
- -2 and -(-2)

4.

Camden plots the opposite of -1 on the number line. What number(s) should be marked?

- 0
- 1
- -1
- -1 and 1

5.

Which of the following numbers could be plotted on the number line?

- [math]-(- 29/4)[/math]
- [math]31/5[/math]
- [math]13/2[/math]
- [math]-(- 9/2)[/math]

6.

Plot the number 5 and its opposite on the number line.

7.

Plot the number [math]-2[/math] and its opposite on the number line.

8.

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}

9.

Write the number 0 on the center of the number line. Determine a scale that will allow you to plot 9 and its opposite on the number line. Write the value of each mark and plot the two points.

10.

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

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