# Negative numbers and opposite numbers

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**Understanding Negative Numbers**

For each of the following pair of integers, which integer has a greater value?**Analyzing Opposite Numbers**

Fill in the following table:**Solving Opposite Numbers Graphically and Algebraically**

Find the opposite of the given numbers:

i. Graphically (using a number line)

ii. Algebraically

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###### Topic Notes

• Negative numbers: any numbers to the left of zero on a number line.

• Numbers increase in value as we move up/right on a number line.

• Opposite numbers: numbers with the same distance from 0, but on the opposite side of a number line.

• To find an opposite number, we attach a negative sign to the given number.

• Two

• Two

• Numbers increase in value as we move up/right on a number line.

• Opposite numbers: numbers with the same distance from 0, but on the opposite side of a number line.

• To find an opposite number, we attach a negative sign to the given number.

• Two

__signs give a positive sign.__**LIKE**• Two

__signs give a negative sign.__**UNLIKE**2

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