In this section, we will define a number line and demonstrate how to express a fraction on a number line. When working with fractions, we find this useful since it displays how little or huge your fraction is in comparison to other numbers or values. To begin, please input your fraction below. Here are several fractions that we have displayed on a number line.

Example: Addition of the negative integers (3 and 5).

The first number is (3,) and the second is (5;), both of which are negative. Point to the number ( 3) on a number line, then take ( 5) steps to the left to get to ( 8.)

If the sign is (or), you fill in the dot, as seen in the first two cases in the graph below.

the dot, as shown in the first two cases in the graph below If the sign is (> or ), you do not fill in the dot as seen in the graph below's bottom two cases.

Try it out. Change the position of the arrow to observe how the numbers are distributed along the line. A number line shows the magnitude of numbers by arranging them along a line. A number line is typically horizontal and has zero in the center. The numbers get more positive and grow as you travel to the right. As you go to the left, the numbers rise and get more negative.

### On A Number Line When We Add A Positive Integer We

Move to the left on the number line to add a negative integer. This video demonstrates how to use a number line to add integers. Using a number line, add 5 + (-7), -2 + 6, -3 + (-5), 2 + 4 are some examples. One method to think about what we're doing while adding and subtracting numbers is to use a number line. It's a good visual depiction of what we're doing. Example: Add the following using a number line: 2 + (-6) 3 + 5, 3 + (-5), -6 + 2 are some examples. For instance, -2 + (-4), -7 + 4, 2 + 3 -2 + (-3), -2 + 3, -2 + 3, -10 + 12, 2 + (-8), -5 + (-3), 2 + 3 For instance, -5 + 3, 3 + (-6), -2 + (-4)

### On A Number Line When We Add A Negative Integer We

Move to the left on the number line to add a negative integer. This video demonstrates how to use a number line to add integers. Using a number line, add 5 + (-7), -2 + 6, -3 + (-5), 2 + 4 are some examples. One method to think about what we're doing while adding and subtracting numbers is to use a number line. It's a good visual depiction of what we're doing. Example: Add the following using a number line: 2 + (-6) 3 + 5, 3 + (-5), -6 + 2 are some examples. For instance, -2 + (-4), -7 + 4, 2 + 3 -2 + (-3), -2 + 3, -2 + 3, -10 + 12, 2 + (-8), -5 + (-3), 2 + 3 For instance, -5 + 3, 3 + (-6), -2 + (-4)

### On A Number Line When We Subtract A Positive Integer We

If (a,,b) and (c) are integers and (a > b,,a c > b c) is true, then We discovered that integer addition is commutative as well as associative. Because of these two characteristics of integer addition and subtraction, we can now use the following techniques to determine the values of expressions that include different terms with plus and minus signs: Step 1: Get the expression whose value has to be calculated.

Step-by-Step Explanation of the Subtraction Process 57 162 = Begin the subtraction procedure. 162 57 = Flip the minuend and subtrahend positions. 162 57 = 105 Calculate the difference between the two numbers. Thus,162 57 = 105 57 162 = -105 Write down the original equation. Because the value of the subtrahend is bigger than the value of the minuend, the result should be a negative integer. As a result, removing 162 from 57 yields -105. Negative integer subtraction

We go to the right when we subtract a negative integer because we receive a larger integer. For e.g. 4- (-2) = 4+2 = 6. Subtraction of an integer equals addition of its additive inverse. To subtract one integer from another integer, just add the additive inverse of the removed number to the other integer.