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Lesson 8 - Comparing and Ordering Integers



 
Select < or > to make each statement true.
a.
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b.
>
 

 1. 

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 2. 

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 3. 

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 4. 

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 5. 

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 6. 

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 7. 

Which shows the following numbers ordered from least to greatest?

                 -4, +7, +3, -6, -10, +2
a.
-6, -10, -4, +3, +2, +7
c.
-10, -6, -4, +2, +3, +7
b.
+2, +3, -4, -6, +7, -10
d.
+2, +3, +7, -10, -6, -4
 

 8. 

Which shows the following numbers ordered from greatest to least?

                 +12, -14, -23, +18, +16, -17
a.
+18, +16, +12, -14, -17, -23
c.
+18, +12, +16, -14, -23, -17
b.
-23, +18, -17, +16, -14, +12
d.
+16, +18, +12, -17, -23, -14
 

 9. 

On January 1st, the temperature in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan went from -11 °C to -25 °C. Which of the following temperatures is between -11 °C and -25 °C?
a.
-9 °C
b.
-19 °C
c.
-28 °C
d.
-1 °C
 

 10. 

On May 24th, the temperature in Thompson, Manitoba went from -3 °C to +14 °C. Which of the following temperature is between -3 °C and +14 °C?
a.
+18 °C
b.
-5 °C
c.
-8 °C
d.
+4 °C
 



 
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