# Worksheet on Comparison of Integers

I. Compare the given numbers and put the right sign >, < or =. You may think of a number line when considering the answers:

 (i) +7 …….. +17(ii) +53 …….. -53(iii) 0 …….. -25(iv) -108 …….. -208 (v) -12 …….. +14(vi) -26 …….. 0(vii) +5 …….. -60(viii) -10 …….. 0

II. Mark the integers on the number line and arrange the given numbers in increasing order. One has been solved to get the idea.

(i) +20, -2, -5, 0, +16

Ascending order: -5, -2, 0, +16, +20

(ii) +30, -10, +20, -60, -70

(iii) +18, 0, -5, -17, +19

(iv) -9, -12, +55, -15, +60

(v) -3, -6, +9, -8, +10

(vi) -5, +6, +1, +8, -4

III. Mark the integers on the number line and arrange the given numbers in decreasing order.

(i) -2, -5, +8, -9, +11

(ii) -11, +21, -31, +41, -51

(iii) +4, -10, 0, +6, -9

(iv) -6, -2, -8, -15, -22

(v) -16, +19, +34, -47, -88

(vi) -10, +6, -50, +10, 0

IV. Write:

(i) 4 numbers greater than – 5 but less than 0

(ii) 5 numbers greater than – 6 but less than 1

V. Write the integers which come just before and just after the given integers:

(i)_____ -7 _____

(ii) _____  -1000 _____

(iii) _____  24 _____

(iv) _____  -665 _____

(v) _____  -39 _____

(vi) _____  0 _____

Answers for the worksheet on comparison of integers are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions.

I. (i) <

(ii) >

(iii) >

(iv) >

(v) <

(vi) <

(vii) >

(viii) <

II. (ii) -70, -60, -10, +20, +30

(iii) -17, -5, 0, +18, +19

(iv) -15, -12, -9, +55, +60

(v) -8, -6, -3, +9, +10

(vi) -5, -4, +1, +6, +8

III. (i) +11, +8, -2, -5, -9

(ii) +41, +21, -11, -31, -51

(iii) +6, +4, 0, -9, -10

(iv) -2, -6, -8, -15, -22

(v) +34, +19, -16, -47, -88

(vi) +10, +6, 0, -10, -50

IV. (i) -4, -3, -2, -1

(ii) -4, -3, -2, -1, 0

V. (i) -8, -6

(ii) -1001, -999

(iii) 23, 25

(iv) -666, -664

(v) -40, -38

(vi) -1, +1

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