Q. 713.7( 6 Votes )

Using number line

Answer :

A. If we compare two negative integers on the number line, then the number which is on the left to the other number, is the smaller number.


B. If we compare two positive integers on the number line, then the number which is on the left to the other number, is the smaller number.


C. On the number line positive numbers lie on the right of zero and negative numbers lie on the left of zero. So, negative numbers is always on the left of the positive numbers, hence negative numbers are always smaller than positive numbers.



As we can see -5 < -2


+ 2 < + 4


-3 < + 3


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