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2. Zero is neither __________________ nor _________________

3. Numbers less than zero are called _______________________

4. The whole numbers are _____________________________

5. If there is no sign before a number, then it will be treated as _____________________

6. Numbers with positive or negative sign are called _____________________________ or

__________________________________

7. The right side of a number line is labelled as ___________________________ and the left side is labelled as

_________________________

8. The numbers ______________________ towards the right side on the number line and

9. Integer -4 lies _________________ side of integer 0 in the number line

10. Integer -7 lies _________________ side of integer 4 in the number line

11. Integer 5 lies _________________ side of integer -8 in the number line

12. Integer -6 lies _________________ side of integer -1 in the number line

13. Say true of false

a. 0 is neither positive nor negative = __________________

b. The absolute value of an integer is never less than the integer itself = ____________

14. Integer -2 lies _________________ side of integer -20 in the number line

15. Absolute value of |4| is __________ and the absolute value of |-4| is _______________

16. In Chinese the positive numbers are represented as ____________________ and negative numbers are

represented as ____________________

17. ________________________ people were the first to use negative numbers around ______________ BC

18. The absolute value of an integer is always ____________________

19. The profit is represented by ___________________ integer and the loss is represented by

___________________ integer

20. |-5| = ______________

21. -| -5| = ______________

22. -|5| = _________________

23. |-2| + |3| = ______________

24. |-2| - |-3| = _______________

25. |-3| - |-2| = ______________

26. |-7| = _____________

27. |5| = _____________

28. -|-8| = _____________

29. -|3| = _____________

30. |2| - |3| = _____________

31. |-4| + |6| = _____________

32. |-5| - |-3| = _____________

33. |-1| + |-2| = _____________

34. The height is represented by ___________________ integer and the depth is represented by

___________________ integer

35. The fall is represented by ___________________ integer and the rise is represented by ___________________

integer

36. 5 and (-5) are ___________________________________ of each other

37. Product of any integer with zero is ___________________

38. Write the multiplication distributive law _______________________________________

39. The temperature above the freezing point of water is represented by ___________________ integer and the

40. Write the absolute value of intergers

a. -100 = _____________

b. 10 = _____________

c. 0 = _____________

41. The withdrawals are represented by ___________________ integer and the deposits are represented by

___________________ integer

42. If moving towards 100 m towards North is represented as +100 m, then moving 50 m towards South is

represented as ______________

43. Write the multiplication associative law _________________________________________

44. ____________________________ is the order in which operations are performed to simplify a numerical

expression

45. In BODMAS

a. B stands for _____________________

b. O stands for _____________________

c. D stands for _____________________

d. M stands for _____________________

e. A stands for _____________________

f. S stands for _____________________

46. Integers greater than -3 and less than 4 can be written as ____________________________________

47. The set of integers less than -2 and greater than -5 is ______________________________

48. ________________________ is the multiplicative identity

49. Number line representation of integers lying between -4 and 4 is

________________________________________________________________

50. Different kinds of Brackets are

a. ( ) stands for _______________________ or ____________________________ or

________________________

b. { } stands for ___________________________ or __________________________

c. [ ] stands for _______________________________ or ________________________________

d. stands for ___________________ or ________________________

51. The brackets are removed in the following order

a. ________________________

b. ________________________

c. ________________________

d. ________________________

52. Multiplication is other wise __________________________________

53. Negative integers greater than -5 can be written as ______________________________

54. The additive identity is = ____________________

55. The product of two negative integers is always __________________

56. Write the multiplicative identity law __________________________

57. The product of two positive integers is always __________________

58. ( + ) X ( + ) = _______________

59. ( - ) X ( - ) = _______________

60. ( + ) X ( - ) and ( - ) X ( + ) = _______________

61. The additive inverse of 2 is = ________________

62. a b = a + __________

63. a + b = _____ + a

64. a + __________ = 0

65. a + _________ = a

66. a X ________ = 0

67. a X ________ = a

68. subtract

a. 8 from 5 = __________

b. 4 from -2 = __________

c. -3 from 4 = __________

d. 14 from -11 = __________

e. 15 from 20 = __________

f. 12 from -18 = __________

g. -6 from 8 = __________

h. -5 from -7 = __________

69. Write the additive inverse of the following

a. 8 = __________

b. -2 = __________

c. 0 = __________

70.

0

=

a

71.

a

=

0

a. ( -4) x (-5) = ____________

b. 5 x (-6) = ____________

c. ( -8 ) x 7 = ____________

d. 3 x 0 = ____________

e. (-2) x 0 = ____________

f. 0 x 0 = ____________

g. 9 x 12 = ____________________

h. (-7) x 5 = ____________________

i. 6 x (-8) = ____________________

j. (-12) x (-15) = ____________________

k. (-20) x 0 = ____________________

l. (-4) x (-3) = ____________________

m. (-5) x 7 = ____________________

n. -3(-5) = ____________________

o. -3 x (-5) = ____________________

73. When dividend and divisor have both same sign, then the quotient might have ______________ sign

74. When dividend and divisor have opposite sign, then the quotient might have ______________ sign

75. Write the associative law of multiplication _____________________________________

76. Subtract 4 from -6 = ____________________

77. Compare the following integers

a. 4 ________________ -2

b. 0 ________________ 4

c. -2 ________________ 0

d. -9 ________________ 0

e. 0 ________________ -3

f. |5 4| __________ |4 5|

g. -3 ________________ -5

h. -4 ________________ -1

i. 5 ________________ 1

j. -1 ________________ -15

k. -14 ________________ -10

1. Represent the integers on the number line and list the elements of the set

a. Integers lying between -3 and 4

b. Integers greater than -8 and less than -2

c. Positive integers less than 5

d. Negative integers greater than -6

2. Represent the following as integers with appropriate sign

1. Gain of 100

2. Loss of 50

3. 50C rise in temperature

4. 30C fall in temperature

5. 500 m above sea level

6. 200 m below sea level

7. 500 deposit in account

8. 80 withdrawal from account

9. 150C above the freezing point of water

10. 300C below the freezing point of water

11. Going 50 m due east

12. Going 50 m due west

13. 2 kg gain in weight

14. 100 rupees decrease in money

15. 6 kg loss in weight

16. 300 rupees increase in weight

a. 721 + (-80) + (-14)

b. 802 + (-500) + (-312)

c. 8 10 + 6 7 4 + 2

d. 25 + ( -32) 16 + 12 8 (-5)

e. 36 (-21 ) + 34 19 + (-20)

f. (-40) + (-30) + 80

g. 35 (-7) + 9 + (-20)

h. 14 8 + 9 5 + 2

i. 24 + (- 18) 15 + 20 6 ( -11)

j. 4 + 3 7 8 + 6 + 2

k. 9 6 + 2 + 1 5 7 + 3

4. Arrange the following integers in increasing order

a. 4, -5, 0, 2, -1

b. 7, -7, -3, 0, 5

c. -2, -8, -5, -6

d. 0, -3, 1, 4

e. 2, 0, -6, 5, -3

f. -6, -3, 0, 2, 5

5. Arrange the following integers in decreasing order

a. -10, -15, -3, 2, -7, 5

b. 7, 3, -5, -11, -1, 1

c. 2, 3, -6, -4, 0

d. -1, -3, 0, 2, 5

e. 1, -4, -1, 2, -5

f. 2, -7, -3, 1, 4

g. 4, 2, 1, -3, -7

h. -7, -5, 0, 3, -1

6. Write the properties of addition

7. Evaluate the following using number line

a. 2 + 3

b. 1 + 8

c. (-3) + (-8)

d. (-5) + 0

e. (-3) + 7

f. 4 + (-9)

8. Use number line to subtract

a. -5 from 6

b. 4 from -3

c. -7 from -2

d. 6 from 0

e. 4 fro 2

f. -6 from 7

g. 5 from 8

9. The sum of two integers is -6. If one is -2, then find the other.

10. In Madurai, the temperature was 20C and it was dropped further by 110C. What was the new temperature?

11. On one day, the temperature at a hill top was -8 0C. If the temperature dropped by 5 0C, what will be the new

temperature?

12. The highest point on earth is Mount Everest and it stands 8848 meters above the sea level and the lowest

point on the earth is Dead Sea which is at 399 meters below the sea level. What is the difference between

13. List the properties of multiplication

14. What must be added

a. To -30 to get 23 ?

b. -2 to get -7 ?

c. 10 to get -17 ?

d. -5 to get 5 ?

e. -8 to get 0 ?

15. Evaluate the following

a. (-1) x (-2) x (-3) x (-3) x (-2) x (-1)

b.

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