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22 January 2021
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Negative Numbers Worksheets
In mathematics, a negative number is a real number that is less than zero. Negative numbers represent opposites of positive numbers. The laws of arithmetic for negative numbers ensure that the common-sense idea of an opposite is reflected in arithmetic. For example, −(−8) = 8 because the opposite of an opposite is the original value.
We use negative numbers in our daily life .
Deposits are normally represented by a positive sign whereas withdrawals are denoted by a negative sign. Negative numbers are used in weather forecasting to show the temperature of a region. Negative integers are used to show the temperature on Fahrenheit and Celsius scales.
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Negative Numbers Worksheet
We have a wide range of negative number resources to help you understand and use negative numbers.
Here are the following resources we currently have on our site:
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What are Negative Numbers?
Negative numbers are numbers with a value of less than zero.
They can be fractions, decimals, rational and irrational numbers.
-13, -½ , -√2, -6.4 and -123 are all negative numbers.
We have a page dedicated to learning about negative numbers below.
We have a selection of number lines, both filled and blank that have been designed to support learning and understanding with negative numbers.
One of our pages contains just negative number lines, the other page contains both positive and negative numbers.
- Number Lines with Negative and Positive Numbers
- Number Line Negative Numbers only
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Comparing negative numbers
How to compare negative numbers
When you are comparing with negative numbers, everything swaps around and becomes a little more complicated!
With negative numbers, the more negative the number is, the lower its value.
As you go right along the number line, the values are increasing.
As you go left along the number line, the values are decreasing.
This means that any positive number (or even zero) will always be greater than any negative number.
- 0 > -3 this means 0 is greater than -3
- -8 < -5 this means -8 is less than -5
- -27 > -30 this means -27 is greater than -30
- -26 < 2 this means -26 is less than 2
- Ordering Negative Numbers -10 to 10
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- counting backwards along a number line (easiest)
- comparing and sequencing negative numbers
- subtracting with negative answers
- using all 4 operations to get a negative target number (hardest)
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- absolute value and opposite numbers
- comparing absolute values
- absolute value arithmetic
- solving absolute value equations
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Until this point, we have seen all integers as being positive and you could take away numbers, but zero was our ground floor. Now with will explore the concept of negative numbers that drop that ground floor. Negative values have a minus sign in front of them and indicate a value less than zero. There are a number of things we need to keep in mind in regard to operations with negative numbers. If you subtract a negative number, the two negatives can combine. When multiplying or dividing negative values, start by ignoring the negative and positive values. Figure those out at the end of the problem. When the two numbers are the same the result will be positive, if they are different the answer will be negative. Most signed numbers are negative numbers.
In these worksheets, your students will solve word problems involving negative numbers. Problems involve money and other real word scenarios. There are six worksheets in this set. This set of worksheets contains lessons, step-by-step solutions to sample problems, both simple and more complex problems, a review, and a quiz. It also includes ample worksheets for students to practice independently. Students may require extra paper on which to do their calculations. Most worksheets contain between eight and ten problems. When finished with this set of worksheets, students will be able to solve word problems that involve working with signed numbers. These worksheets explain how to solve word problems involving negative numbers. Sample problems are solved and practice problems are provided.
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The status of Jim's account was -$5. He wrote a check for $15.00. The bank charged him a $10.00 fee for being overdrawn. What was the new status of Jim's account?
Negative Number Word Problems Worksheet
Andy observed that a proton has a charge of positive one. An electron has a charge of negative one. Find the total charge of an ion with 6 protons and 8 electrons.
Jeff purchased 25 bags of flour and sold it at 4 places as 10 bags, 5 bags, 3 bags, and 3 bags respectively. How many bags remain?
Review and Practice
If you put two dice that are 5 inches thick on top of each other, how thick is the double dice?
The store sold vegetables. They sold 450 vegetables on Monday, 150 on Tuesday, and 180 on Wednesday. What is the total number of vegetables sold?
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Martha sold gold coins. She sold 50 coins on Monday, 40 on Tuesday, and 60 on Wednesday. What is the total number of gold coins sold?