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**Integers** are compared almost in the same way as whole numbers, but with
addition of some rules. **Steps** for comparing **integers**: If we compare numbers wi.

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Guidance on how to **order** and compare positive and negative **integers** along
with links to related worksheets.

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compare and **order integers**. Compare **Integers**. Replace the with < or > to make
a true sentence. 1 12 -4. Graph 12 and -4 on a number line. Then compare. 9 10.

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**Ordering integers** - A tutorial to learn maths in simple and easy **steps** along with
word problems, worksheets, quizes and their solutions and explanation.

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Sal puts 7/3, -5/2, 0, -2, -12/4, -3.25 in **order** from least to greatest. ... Formatting
tips. Rational numbers are numbers that can be expressed as a division of two
**integers**. Rational itself ..... Two, two **steps**, two whole numbers to the left of zero.

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Rule: The sum of two negative **integers** is a negative **integer**. Example 1: ... The
result from **Step** 2 takes the sign of the **integer** with the greater absolute value.

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Add **integers**; Subtract **integers**; Apply addition and subtraction of **integers** to a ...
**Step** 2: Five negative counters are added to the three positive counters. **Step** 3: ...

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Be careful in **steps** 3 and 4! Multiplication does not always come before division,
nor does addition always come before subtraction! For example, in 8−3 (−4) 2+4
...