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## Integer Worksheets

Integer worksheets contain a huge collection of practice pages based on the concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Exclusive pages to compare and order integers and representing integers on a number line are given here with a variety of activities and exercises. These pdf worksheets provide abundant practice for 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade students. Explore some of them for free!

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Representation of Integers

These integer worksheets are based on simple real-life scenarios. Read each statement to represent the integers. Each pdf worksheet has ten statements.

Opposite Value of Integers

Write the opposite value of integers and also mark them on a number line in these worksheets. Three different sections are here for practice.

Opposite vs Absolute Value

In the first two sections write the opposite value and absolute value of integers. Compare the opposite and absolute value of integers in the third section.

Mixed Review: Multiple Choice Questions

Reinforce students' knowledge on integers by practicing these multiple-choice questions. Each pdf worksheet contains seven MCQs.

Mixed Review: True or False

Ten statements on integer facts are given in these mixed review worksheets for grade 6 and grade 7. Write true or false against each statement.

Mixed Operations: Level 1

Acquaint young students with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of integers with this set of printable worksheets featuring integers up to 20. Take a special note of the signs while performing the arithmetic operations.

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Elevate your learning to the next level by working out the problems in these exercises that include integers up to 99. Add, subtract, multiply and divide the positive and negative numbers to get an ample understanding of integers.

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In these printable integer worksheets, grade 7 and grade 8 students substitute the values of the unknown variables in the given expressions and evaluate them.

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Class vi math, class 6 - integers worksheet 2.

1. |−25| + |50| = _____. a) 25 b) 50 c) 75 d)−25

2. |−75| − 125 = _____. a) 50 b) −50 c) 75 d) −75

3. |−22| − |11| = _____. a) 22 b) −11 c) −22 d) 11

4. Zero is the smallest positive integer. Mark True / False. a) True b) False

5. Every natural number is greater than all negative integer. Mark True / False. a) True b) False

6. How many positive integers are there in between −5 and 5. a) 11 b) 5 c) 4 d) 9

7. 10 more than −7 is _____. a) −7 b) −3 c) 3 d) 17

8. The absolute value of an integer is always greater than the integer. Mark True / False. a) True b) False

9. How many negative integers are there between 5 and −7? a) 6 b) 7 c) 8 d) 12

10. −(−25) = _____. a) −25 b) 25 c) 20 d) None of these

11. −(+2025) = _____. a) −2025 b) 2025 c) 225 d) None of these

12. What is the additive inverse of 500? a) 500 b) −500 c) 0 d) None of these

13. |65 − 32| − |−27 − (−7)| = _____. a) -23 b) 23 c) 13 d) None of these

14. −25 − (−4) − 75 −12 + 6 = _____. a) 100 b) 105 c) 103 d) 102

15. One integer is greater than the other by 6. If one number is −20, then the other number is _____. a) −26 b) −14 c) −20 d) None of these

16. Temperature at the foot of the mountain is 100C. It fell down by 15°C at the top of the mountain. What is the temperature at the top of the mountain? a) 10°C b) 15°C c) −5°C d) None of these

17. What is the smallest negative number? a) −1 b) −5 c) −10 d) Does not exist

18. What is the biggest positive number? a) 1 b) 1000 c) 10000 d) Does not exist

19. Negative of negative integer is a positive integer. Mark True / False. a) True b) False

20. Positive of a negative integer is a positive integer. Mark True / False. a) True b) False

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## Grade 6 Integers Worksheets

Grade 6 maths integers multiple choice questions (mcqs).

1. 2 subtracted from 7 gives: (a) -9 (b) 5 (c) -5 (d) 9 2. 5 added to – 5 gives: (a) 10 (b) -10 (c) 0 (d) -25 3. The number 3 less than -2 is: (a) -1 (b) 1 (c) 5 (d) -5 4. Which of the following numbers is to the right of -3 on number line? (a) -4 (b) -2 (c) -12 (d) -13 5. The number of integers between -2 and 2 is: (a) 5 (b) 4 (c) 3 (d) 2 6. The opposite of -7 is: (a) -6 (b) 6 (c) 5 (d) 7 7. In addition and subtraction of the integers the sign of answer depends upon: (a) smaller Number (b) their Difference (c) their Sum (d) greater numerical value

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8. Which of the following number is greater than -1? (a) -2 (b) -10 (c) 0 (d) -3 9. 7 steps to the left of 4 on number line gives: (a) 3 (b) 11 (c) -11 (d) -3 10. What will be the opposite of 3 km south? (a) 3 km east (b) 3 km north (c) 3 km north east (d) 3 km west 11. Which of the following set of numbers is in descending orders? (a) 2, -2, 1, -1 (b) 0, 1, 2, 3 (c) 1, 0, -1, -2 (d) -3, -2, -1, 0 12. Sum of -10, – 5 and 12 is: (a) 27 (b) -3 (c) 3 (d) -27 13. Which of the following statement is false? (a) -4 > -5 (b) -4 < 5 (c) 4 < -5 (d) 4 > -5 14. Which of the following is in increasing order? (a) 0, 1, -1 (b) -1, -2, -3 (c) -1, 0, 1 (d) -1, 1, -2 15. Which of the following number forms a pattern? (a) -6, -3, 0, 3 (b) -5, -3, -2, 0 (c) 0, 2, 3, 4 (d) 1, 2, 4, 6 16. Which of the following will give answer with negative sign? (a) -48 + 79 (b) -40 + 40 (c) -18 + 30 (d) 48 + (-39) 17. What will be the additive inverse of -1? (a) -2 (b) -1 (c) 0 (d) 1 18. Sum of a negative and a positive integer is: (a) always negative (b) either positive or negative (c) always positive (d) zero 19. The pair of integers whose sum is -5: (a) 1, -4 (b) -1, 6 (c) -3, -2 (d) 5, 0 20. 39 – 50 is: (a) Not possible (b) -89 (c) -11 (d) 10

## Class 6 Maths Integers True (T) or False (F)

1. (-8) + ……………. = 0 2. 13 + ………………. = 0 3. 12 +(-12) = …………… 4. (-4) + …………….. = -12 5. …………… -15 = -10 Class 6 Maths Integers Write the following numbers with appropriate signs: 1. 100 m below sea level 2. 25°c above 0°c temperature 3. 15°c below 0°c temperature 4. any five numbers less than 0

## Class 6 Maths Integers Very Short Answer Type Questions

1. Represent +5 and -3 on the number line. 2. Write five negative integers greater than -10. 3. How many integers lie between -5 and 4? 4. Write the following integers in ascending order: -5, -7, -2, 3, 0, 7 5. Find the sum (-7) + (-9) + 4 – 16. 6. Find : 50 – (-40) + (-20).

## Class 6 Maths Integers Short Answer Type Questions

1. Write opposite of the following: (a) Increase in height (b) Loss of ‚¹ 500 (c) 10 Km. South (d) 50 m below sea level 2. A man is standing at -5 on the number line. In which direction and how many steps should he move to reach at -11? 3. In the following pairs, which number is to the right of the other on the number line? (a) 0 and -3 (b) -7 and 7 (c) -1000 and 4 4. Solve without using the number line. (a) (-7)-8-(-23) (b) 4 – (-8) + (-7) – (-8)

## Class 6 Maths Integers Long Answer Type Questions

1. (a) Subtract-31 from 50. (b) Subtract 50 from -31. 2. Subtract the sum of -16 and -26 from the sum of 25 and -40. 3. Simplify : 1 + (-3) + 5 + (-7) + 9 + (-11) + 13 + (-15)

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Reinforce understanding of numbers and their values with our free, printable integers worksheets. Is the temperature +25° F or -5 °F? Do you know what a -$50 in your checking account means? Help kids understand such instances, where the importance of integers in our day-to-day life is evident. Provide thorough practice in performing the four arithmetic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with positive and negative integers. Also included are exercises on comparing and ordering integers for students to acquire a clear understanding of the concept.

These integer worksheets pdf work best for children of grade 5 through grade 8.

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Initiate practice of positioning integers on a number line among 6th grade kids! Plot the integers on the number line, move on the number line as directed, answer questions, and do a lot more!

Decipher a bunch of everyday scenarios given in the form of sentences, figure out whether the integers mentioned are positive or negative, and write them down.

The opposite of a negative is a positive. So, what is the opposite of −6? A positive 6, of course! Get kids all the practice required to grasp this fundamental concept with our printable worksheets on opposite values of integers.

Did you know that absolute values represent the distance from zero and opposite values show us whether the distance is +ve or −ve? With heaps of fun exercises, these resources are a must-have for your practice sessions!

Let kids understand that an integer and its opposite have a sum of zero, and this property of integers is called additive inverses. Grade 5 and grade 6 kids find the missing opposites in these printable worksheets!

Put your 5th grade, 6th grade, and 7th grade kids to the test with our integer worksheets pdf. Watch how effortlessly learners compare integers using the less than, greater than, or equal to signs.

Sequencing integers in increasing and decreasing order is what children of grade 5, grade 6, and grade 7 are expected to do in this assortment of printable integers worksheets.

Navigate through this expansive selection of pdf exercises, where middle school math lovers gain more than enough practice in finding the sum of integers.

Make use of our printable worksheets on integers for students to acquire speed, precision, and accuracy when it comes to finding the difference between two integers.

Plug into this resource to enable learners to add and subtract integers in the same problem. Reinforce the sign rules for addition and subtraction of integers for mastery at performing the two operations.

Students in 6th grade, 7th grade and 8th grade must exercise caution while finding the product of positive and negative integers to clear these integers worksheets pdf with flying colors.

The goal of these exercises on division of integers is to help middle school children acquire substantial practice in dividing positive and negative integers.

When you multiply or divide two negative integers, you get a positive answer. One positive and one negative integer yield a negative result. Remember these rules as you multiply and divide integers here!

Integers in numerical expressions require implementing the appropriate sign rules in evaluation. Review performing operations with integers and reduce these expressions to numerical values.

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## Integers Worksheets

Welcome to the integers worksheets page at Math-Drills.com where you may have a negative experience, but in the world of integers, that's a good thing! This page includes Integers worksheets for comparing and ordering integers, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers and order of operations with integers.

If you've ever spent time in Canada in January, you've most likely experienced a negative integer first hand. Banks like you to keep negative balances in your accounts, so they can charge you loads of interest. Deep sea divers spend all sorts of time in negative integer territory. There are many reasons why a knowledge of integers is helpful even if you are not going to pursue an accounting or deep sea diving career. One hugely important reason is that there are many high school mathematics topics that will rely on a strong knowledge of integers and the rules associated with them.

We've included a few hundred integers worksheets on this page to help support your students in their pursuit of knowledge. You may also want to get one of those giant integer number lines to post if you are a teacher, or print off a few of our integer number lines. You can also project them on your whiteboard or make an overhead transparency. For homeschoolers or those with only one or a few students, the paper versions should do. The other thing that we highly recommend are integer chips a.k.a. two-color counters. Read more about them below.

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## General Use Printables

Four quadrant coordinate graph paper.

Coordinate graph paper can be very useful when studying integers. Coordinate geometry is a practical application of integers and can give students practice with using integers while learning another related skill. The coordinate graph paper in this section can also be found on the graph paper page, but it is included here for your convenience.

## Number lines

Integer number lines can be used for various math activities including operations with integers, counting, comparing, ordering, etc.

## Comparing & Ordering Integers Worksheets

Comparing and ordering integers worksheets for learning about ordinality in integers.

## Comparing random pairs of integers

For students who are just starting with integers, it is very helpful if they can use an integer number line to compare integers and to see how the placement of integers works. They should quickly realize that negative numbers are counter-intuitive because they are probably quite used to larger absolute values meaning larger numbers. The reverse is the case, of course, with negative numbers. Students should be able to recognize easily that a positive number is always greater than a negative number and that between two negative integers, the one with the lesser absolute value is actually the greater number. Have students practice with these integers worksheets and follow up with the close proximity comparing integers worksheets.

## Comparing pairs of integers in close proximity

By close proximity, we mean that the integers being compared differ very little in value. Depending on the range, we have allowed various differences between the two integers being compared. In the first set where the range is -9 to 9, the difference between the two numbers is always 1. With the largest range, a difference of up to 5 is allowed. These worksheets will help students further hone their ability to visualize and conceptualize the idea of negative numbers and will serve as a foundation for all the other worksheets on this page.

## Ordering/Sorting Integers

## Adding & Subtracting Integers Worksheets

Adding and subtracting integers worksheets in various ranges including a variety of options for parentheses use.

## Adding integers worksheets

Have you heard about two-color counters and how they can make your life much easier while helping students understand integers better? Sure, you could just teach them the ++, +-, -+, and -- rules, but then they would have no color in their lives. Two-color counters are usually plastic chips that usually come with yellow on one side and red on the other side. They do come in other colors, so you'll have to use your own colors in our description.

Adding with two-color counters is actually quite easy. You model the first number with a pile of chips flipped to the correct side and you also model the second number with a pile of chips flipped to the correct side, then you mash them all together, take out the zeros (if any) and voila! you have your answer. Since there are a few confused faces in the audience, let us explain a little further.

When we say, the correct side, we mean use red for negative numbers and yellow for positive numbers. You would model -5 with five red chips and 7 with seven yellow chips. Mashing them together should be straight forward. Since you are adding, you put the two groups of chips together, being careful not to flip any of them in the process, of course. Taking out the zeros means removing as many pairs of yellow and red chips as you can. You do this because -1 and 1 when added together equals zero (this is called the zero principle). If you remove the zeros, you don't change the answer at all. The benefit of removing the zeros, however, is that you always end up with only one color and as a consequence, the answer to the integer question.

## Vertically arranged integer addition

## Scaffolded Integer Addition and Subtraction

These worksheets include groups of questions that all result in positive or negative sums or differences. They can be used to help students see more clearly how certain integer questions end up with positive and negative results. In the case of addition of negative and positive integers, some people suggest looking for the "heavier" value to determine whether the sum will be positive of negative. More technically, it would be the integer with the greater absolute value. For example, in the question (−2) + 5, the absolute value of the positive integer is greater, so the sum will be positive.

In subtraction questions, the focus is on the subtrahend (the value being subtracted). In positive minus positive questions, if the subtrahend is greater than the minuend, the answer will be negative. In negative minus negative questions, if the subtrahend has a greater absolute value, the answer will be positive. Vice-versa for both situations. Alternatively, students can always convert subtraction questions to addition questions by changing the signs (e.g. (−5) − (−7) is the same as (−5) + 7; 3 − 5 is the same as 3 + (−5)).

## Subtracting integers worksheets

Subtracting with integer chips is a little different. Integer subtraction can be thought of as removing. To subtract with integer chips, begin by modeling the first number (the minuend) with integer chips. Next, remove the chips that would represent the second number from your pile and you will have your answer. Unfortunately, that isn't all there is to it. This works beautifully if you have enough of the right color chip to remove, but often times you don't. For example, 5 - (-5), would require five yellow chips to start and would also require the removal of five red chips, but there aren't any red chips! Thank goodness, we have the zero principle. Adding or subtracting zero (a red chip and a yellow chip) has no effect on the original number, so we could add as many zeros as we wanted to the pile, and the number would still be the same. All that is needed then is to add as many zeros (pairs of red and yellow chips) as needed until there are enough of the correct color chip to remove. In our example 5 - (-5), you would add 5 zeros, so that you could remove five red chips. You would then be left with 10 yellow chips (or +10) which is the answer to the question.

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## Multiplying & Dividing Integers Workshets

Multiplying and dividing integers in various ranges and including worksheets that focus on specific types of integer operations.

## Multiplying integers

Multiplying integers is normally where students learn the general rules for multiplying negatives and positives. Summarized, they are ++ = +; -- = +; +- = -; and -+ = -. In other words, multiplying two positives or two negatives together results in a positive products, and multiplying a negative and a positive together results in a negative product.

In order to develop a deeper understanding of these rules, it is nice to think of an example from outside of school such as a bank and its loan clients. For simplicity sake, we'll use low numbers, but the actual numbers will be greater (maybe think in terms of thousands of dollars). Let's say the bank gets 3 new loan clients and each customer borrows $5. From the bank's perspective, they have gained three customers (+3) and lost $5 from each one (-5). In total, they have lost 3 x (-5) = -$15. From the clients' perspective, they each gained $5, so they would all be in positive territory 3 x 5 = $15. If the clients all paid back their loans, the bank would lose the 3 customers

## Dividing integers

## Mixed Operations with Integers Worksheets

Integers worksheets with a mixture of four operations on the same page.

## Mixed operations with integers worksheets

## Order of operations with integers

The order of operations worksheets in this section actually reside on the Order of Operations page, but they are included here for your convenience.

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