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**1. Fill in the blanks, using the following number line:**

**(i) An integer, on the given number line, is â€¦â€¦â€¦. than every number on its left.**

**(ii) An integer on the given number line is greater than every number to its â€¦â€¦â€¦..**

**(iii) 2 is greater than -4 implies 2 is to the â€¦â€¦â€¦.. of -4.**

**(iv) -3 is â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦. than 2 and 3 is â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦ than -2.**

**(v) -4 is â€¦â€¦â€¦.. than -8 and 4 is â€¦â€¦â€¦.. than 8.**

**(vi) 5 is â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦.. than 2 and -5 is â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦ than -2.**

**(vii) -6 is â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦. than 3 and the opposite of -6 is â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦. than opposite of 3.**

**(viii) 8 is â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦.. than -5 and -8 is â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦. than 5.**

**Solution:**

(i) An integer, on the given number line, is **greater **than every number on its left.

(ii) An integer, on the given number line, is greater than every number to its **left.**

(iii) 2 is **greater** than -4 implies 2 is on the **right **of -4

(iv) -3 is **less than** 2 and 3 is **greater** than -2

(v) -4 is **greater **than -8 and 4 is **less**than 8

(vi) 5 is **greater **than 2 and -5 is **less** than -2

(vii) -6 is **less **than 3 and the opposite of -6 is **greater** than opposite of 3

(viii) 8 is **greater **than -5 and -8 is **less** than 5

**2. In each of the following pairs, state which integer is greater :**

**(i) â€“ 15, – 23**

**(ii) â€“ 12, 15**

**(iii) 0, 8**

**(iv) 0, – 3**

**Solution:**

(i) -15, -23

-15 lies on the right side of -23 on the number line. Therefore, -15 is greater than -23

(ii) -12, 15

15 lies on the right side of -12 on the number line. Hence, 15 is greater than -12

(iii) 0, 8

8 lies on the right side of 0 on the number line. Therefore, 8 is greater than 0

(iv) 0, -3

0 lies on the right side of -3 on the number line. Hence, 0 is greater than -3

**3. In each of the following pairs, state which integer is smaller :**

**(i) 0, – 6**

**(ii) 2, – 3**

**(iii) 15, – 51**

**(iv) 13, 0**

**Solution:**

(i) -6 lies on the left side of 0 on the number line. Hence, -6 is smaller than 0

(ii) -3 lies on the left side of 2 on the number line. Therefore, -3 is smaller than 2

(iii) -51 lies on the left side of 15 on the number line. Hence, -51 is smaller than 15

(iv) 0 lies on the left side of 13 on the number line. Therefore, 0 is smaller than 13

**4. In each of the following pairs, replace * with < or > to make the statement true:**

**(i) 3 * 0**

**(ii) 0 * – 8**

**(iii) â€“ 9 * – 3**

**(iv) â€“ 3 * 3**

**(v) 5 * – 1**

**(vi) â€“ 13 * 0**

**(vii) â€“ 8 * – 18**

**Solution:**

(i) 3 lies on the right side of 0 on the number lineÂ â‡’ 3 > 0

Hence, 3 is greater than 0

(ii) 0 lies on the right side of -8 on the number lineÂ â‡’ 0 > -8

Therefore, 0 is greater than -8

(iii) -9 lies on the left side of -3 on the number lineÂ â‡’ -9 < -3

Hence, -9 is smaller than -3

(iv) -3 lies on the left side of 3 on the number lineÂ â‡’ -3 < 3

Therefore, -3 is smaller than 3

(v) 5 lies right side of -1 on the number lineÂ â‡’ 5 > -1

Hence, 5 is greater than -1

(vi) -13 lies left side of 0 on the number lineÂ â‡’ -13 < 0

Therefore, -13 is smaller than 0

(vii) -8 lies on the right side of -18 on the number lineÂ â‡’ -8 > -18

Hence, -8 is greater than -18

**5. In each case, arrange the given integers in ascending order, using a number line:**

**(i) -8, 0, -5, 5, 4, -1**

**(ii) 3, -3, 4, -7, 0, -6, 2**

**Solution:**

(i) -8, 0, -5, 5, 4, -1

Draw a number line and mark the given integers in ascending order as -8, -5, -1, 0, 4, 5 on the number line as shown below

** **

(ii) 3, -3, 4, -7, 0, -6, 2

Draw a number line and mark the given integers in ascending order as -7, -6, -3, 0, 2, 3, 4 on the number line as shown below

** **

**6. In each case, arrange the given integers in descending order, using a number line:**

**(i) -5, -3, 8, 15, 0, -2**

**(ii) 12, 23, -1, 0, 7, 6**

**Solution:**

(i) -5, -3, 8, 15, 0, -2

Draw a number line and mark the given integers on it. Arranging these integers in descending order 15, 8, 0, -2, -3, -5 as shown below on the number line

(ii) 12, 23, -1, 0, 7, 6

Draw a number line and mark the given integers on it. Arranging these integers in descending order 23, 12, 7, 6, 0, -1 as shown below on the number line

**7. For each of the statements given below, state whether it is true or false:**

**(i) The smallest integer is 0.**

**(ii) The opposite of -17 is 17**

**(iii) The opposite of zero is zero**

**(iv) Every negative integer is smaller than 0**

**(v) 0 is greater than every positive integer**

**(vi) Since zero is neither negative nor positive, it is not an integer**

**Solution:**

(i) False

(ii) True

(iii) True

(iv) True

(v) False

(vi) False