Worksheet on Addition and Subtraction using Number Line

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on addition and subtraction using number line. We know, adding a negative number means moving to the left-side on the number line and adding a positive number means  moving to the right-side on the number line.

With the help of the below number line add or subtract the following numbers.

Worksheet on Addition and Subtraction using Number Line

1. Use a number line to evaluate each of the following:

(i) (+7) + (+5)   

(ii) 0 + (+9)         

(iii) (+6) + (+3)

(iv) (+1) + 0        

(v) (+5) + (+8)

(vi) (+5) + (+3)

(vii) (+8) + 0       

(viii) (+3) + (+8)


2. Evaluate the following using a number line:

(i) (-3) + (+7)     

(ii) (-2) + (+6)    

(iii) (-4) + (+8)

(iv) 0 + (+1)        

(v) (-1) + (+5)

(vi) (-5) + (+3)

(vii) (-8) + (+1)  

(viii) (-4) + (+9)

(ix) +2 + 7

(x) +4 – 8

(xi) +6 – 7

(xii) +8 – 9

(xiii) -3 + 5

(xiv) -7 – 3

(xv) -2 – 7


3. Solve the given:

(i) +13 - 4

(ii) +20 – 12

(iii) -108 + 16

(iv) +40 + 52

(v) -26 + 54

(vi) +12 – 84

(vii) +45 – 51

(viii) -15 - 25

(ix) -93 – 7

(x) -32 – 18

(xi) -39 + 47

(xii) +32 – 68


4. Add the following using number line:

(i) (+7) + (-3)     

(ii) (+9) + (-1)    

(iii) (+4) + (-7)

(iv) (+9) + (-9)   

(v) 0 + (-2)

(vi) (+5) + (-3)

(vii) (+3) + (-2)  

(viii) (6) + (-9)


5. Find the sum of the following:

(i) -2 and 7

(ii) 2, -8 and -4

(iii) -4 and -1

(iv) -5, +3 and -8

(v) -6, +3 and -2

(vi) +9, +5 and -14

 

6. Find the sum of the following using number line:

(i) (-4) + (-8)      

(ii) (-2) + (-7)     

(iii) (-1) + (-5)

(iv) (-7) + (-7)    

(v) (-8) + (-1)

(vi) (-9) + (-2)

(vii) (-5) + (-4)   

(viii) (-6) + (-3)


7. Using integers find the answers to the given statements.

Addition and Subtraction using Number Line

(i) What is the distance between the tip of Mount Mickinley and Death Valley?

(ii) Amount of money left after withdrawing $4589 when there was $9000 in the bank?

(iii) The temperature rise 15°c from -4°c.

(iv) Ron made a profit of $800 in 1st week and lost $935 in the 2nd week. What was Ron’s final gain or loss in two weeks?


8. Subtract the following using number line:

(i) (+10) - (+3)   

(ii) (+9) - (+1)    

(iii) (+6) - (-2)

(iv) (+4) – (-2)   

(v) (+7) - (-1)     

(vi) (-8) – (+5)   

(vii) (-9) - (+4)   

(viii) (-8) – (+3) 

(ix) (+2) - (-1)

(x) (-10) - (-10)


9. Subtract the following:

(i) +15 from +10

(ii) -9 from +1

(iii) +27 from -33

(iv) -16 from -20

(v) -8 from -21

(vi) +6 from -12

(vii) -8 from 0

(viii) -3 from -6


10. Fill in the blanks:

(i) -16 + ……… = 0

(ii) 28 + ……… = 0

(iii) 45 – 45 = ………

(iv) -3 + ……… = -2

(v) ……… - 6 = -4

(vi) The successor of -9 is ………

(vii) The predecessor of -2 is ………


Answers for the worksheet on addition and subtraction using number line are given below to check the exact answers of the above evaluations.


Answers:


1. (i) +12

(ii) +9

(iii) +9

(iv) +1

(v) +13   

(vi) +8

(vii) +8

(viii) +11


2. (i) +4

(ii) +4

(iii) +4

(iv) +1

(v) +4

(vi) -2

(vii) -7

(viii) +5

(ix) +9

(x) -4

(xi) -1

(xii) -1

(xiii) +2

(xiv) -10

(xv) -9


3. (i) +9

(ii) +8

(iii) -92

(iv) +92

(v) +28

(vi) -72

(vii) -6

(viii) -40

(ix) -100

(x) -40

(xi) +8

(xii) -36


4. (i) +4

(ii) +8

(iii) -3

(iv) 0

(v) -2

(vi) +2

(vii) +1

(viii) -3


5. (i) +5

(ii) -10

(iii) -5

(iv) -10

(v) -5

(vi) 0


6. (i) -12

(ii) -9

(iii) -6

(iv) -14

(v) -9

(vi) -11

(vii) -9

(viii) -9


7. (i) 21752 feet

(ii) $4411

(iii) 19°c

(iv) 135, loss


8. (i) +7

(ii) +8

(iii) +8

(iv) +6 

(v) +8

(vi) -13

(vii) -13

(viii) -11

(ix) +3

(x) 0


9. (i) -5

(ii) 10

(iii) -60

(iv) -4

(v) -13

(vi) -18

(vii) +8

(viii) -3


10. (i) 16

(ii) -28

(iii) 0

(iv) 1

(v) +2

(vi) -8

(vii) -3







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