**Comparison of integers:** When we represent integers on the number line, we observe that the value of the number increases as we move towards right and decreases as we move towards left.

1 < 2 < 3 …..

-1 > -2 > ……

The whole numbers are on the right side of the 0 and in the left side of the 0 there are negative numbers.

**Note:**

(i) Zero is less than every positive integer, and greater than every negative integer. Zero is neither positive nor negative.

**For example,** 0 < 1, 0 < 10, etc.

Also 0 > -1, 0 > -5, etc.

(ii) Every positive integer is greater than every negative integer.

**For example,** 2 > -2, 2 > -1, 1 > -1 etc.

(iii) There is no greatest or smallest integer.

(iv) The smallest positive integer is 1 and the greatest negative integer is -1.

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