Worksheet on Use of Integers

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on use of integers. We know that, when numbers represent direction and then numbers are called directed numbers. The questions are based on use of integers and use of integers as directed numbers.

I. Write an appropriate integer for each of the following:

(i) A loss of $35 = ?

(ii) 75° above zero degree = ?

(iii) 24° below zero = ?

(iv) Depositing $680 in a bank = ?

(iii) Gaining $555 = ?

(vi) Losing $324 = ?

(vii) Withdrawing $1560 from a bank = ?

II. Fill in the blanks in each case given below:

            Quantity

(i) Profit of $80 

(ii) Going 50 km towards East

(iii) ___________

(iv) ___________

(v) ___________

(vi) Losing weight of 4.7 kg

(vii) A decrease of 23%

(viii) ___________

(ix) 22m towards left

(x) ___________

(xi) ___________

(xii) Giving $1000 to Ron

Opposite of the quantity

___________

___________

Going 60 m below the sea level

Gaining $3250

Going 37 m due North

___________

___________

Rise of 55% of the cost.

___________

17° above 33°

Withdrawing $235 from a bank.

___________


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


Answers:


I. (i) -35

(ii) +75

(iii) -24

(iv) +680

(v) +555

(vi) -324

(vii) -1560


II. (i) Loss of $80

(ii) Going 50 km towards West

(iii) Going 60 m above sea-level

(iv) Losing $3250

(v) Going 37 m due South

(vi) Gaining weight of 4.7 kg

(vii) An increase of 23 %

(viii) Fall of 55 % of the cose

(ix) 22 m towards right

(x) 17° below 33°

(xi) Depositing $ 235 in a bank

(xii) Taking $1000 from Ron









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