In 5th Grade Integers Worksheet we will solve how to show the given integers on the number line, addition and subtraction of integers using number line, comparison of integers, absolute value of an integer, true or false statements of integers and word problems on integers.

I. Draw a number-line and show the given integers on it.

-7,            0,            -4,            8,            -2,             5

II. Find the given integers:

(i) Opposite of 71

(ii) Opposite of -42

(iii) |-71|

(iv) 4 more than -7

(v) 8 less than 1

(vi) The predecessor of -99.

(vii) The successor of -40.

(viii) Four integers between -10 and -5.

III. Using a number-line, find the answers to the given statement.

(i) -2 -7

(ii) -4 -5

(iii) -1 +6

(iv) -9 -3

(v) -10 +8

(vi) -4 +1

IV. Compare the given and put the right sign <, > or =.

(i) -17 ……… 0

(ii) –6 -10 ……… -10 +6

(iii) 45 ……… -45

(iv) -5 +5 ……… 0

(v) -12 ……… -9

(vi) +8 -3 ……… -3 +8

V. Write all the integers between the given numbers.

(i) -7 and 0

(ii) 0 and +5

(iii) 3 and -3

(iv) -12 and -8

VI. Find the value of the following:

(i) 81 + 16

(ii) -20 - 12

(iii) 20 - 55

(iv) -6 - 3

(v) -3 - 4

(vi) 20 – 34

VII. What should be added to -11 to get 20?

VIII. The maximum and minimum temperature of a city was 24°c and -4°c respectively. What was the difference between the maximum and minimum temperature?

IX. Write true or false for the given statements.

(i) Zero is the smallest integer.

(ii) The smallest negative integer is -1.

(iii) 0 is greater than -4.

(iv) -16 is greater than -26.

(v) -3 is to the right of 0 on a number line.

(i) How many integers are there between -12 and 12?

(a) 12;          (b) 0;           (c) 24;          (d) 23

(ii) Which of the given integers is greater than -5?

(a) -11;          (b) -4;           (c) 11;          (d) Both b and c

(iii) Which of the given integers is smaller than -15?

(a) -21;          (b) 0;          (c) -14;          (d) 10

(iv) The absolute value of -10 is..

(a) +100;          (b) -10;          (c) +10;          (d) 10

(v) There are 40 questions in an examination. 3 marks are awarded for each correct answer while 2 marks are deducted for each incorrect answer, If Nina answered 32 questions correctly and 3 incorrectly, how many marks did she get?

(a) 96;          (b) 80;          (c) 72;          (d) 90

Answers on 5th Grade Integers Worksheets are given below to check the exact answers of the questions.

I.

II. (i) -71

(ii) +42

(iii) 71

(iv) -3

(v) -7

(vi) -100

(vii) -39.

(viii) -9, -8, -7, -6

III. (i) -9

(ii) -9

(iii) +5

(iv) -12

(v) -2

(vi) -3

IV. (i) <

(ii) <

(iii) >

(iv) =

(v) <

(vi) =

V. (i) -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1

(ii) +1, +2, +3, +4

(iii) -2, -1, 0, +1, +2

(iv) -11, -10, -9

VI. (i) 97

(ii) -32

(iii) -35

(iv) -9

(v) -7

(vi) -14

VII. +31

VIII. 28°c

IX. (i) false

(ii) false

(iii) true

(iv) true

(v) false

X. (i) (d) 23

(ii) (d) Both b and c

(iii) (a) -21

(iv) (c) +10

(v) (d) 90

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