# Comparison of Integers

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.

Numbers - Integers

Integers

Multiplication of Integers

Properties of Multiplication of Integers

Examples on Multiplication of Integers

Division of Integers

Absolute Value of an Integer

Comparison of Integers

Properties of Division of Integers

Examples on Division of Integers

Fundamental Operation

Examples on Fundamental Operations

Uses of Brackets

Removal of Brackets

Examples on Simplification

Numbers - Worksheets

Worksheet on Multiplication of Integers

Worksheet on Division of Integers

Worksheet on Fundamental Operation

Worksheet on Simplification