# Representation of Integers on a Number Line

Representation of integers on a number line is explained here step by step. In the number line the positive numbers are to the right side and the negative numbers are to the left side.

*Thus, we have integers on the number line as shown in the below figure.*

### Consider the following to observe the representation of integers on a number line.

**(i)** In order to mark +2 on the number line, we move 2 points to the right side of the zero.

**(ii)** In order to mark -6 on the number line, we move 6 points to the left side of the zero.

**(iii)** In order to mark -1 on the number line, we move 1 point to the left side of the zero.

**(iv)** In order to mark +7 on the number line, we move 7 points to the right side of the zero.

**(v)** In order to mark -4 on the number line, we move 4 points to the left side of the zero.

These are the examples to represent integers on a number line.

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**Representation of Integers on a Number Line.**

**Addition of Integers on a Number Line.**

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