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```Name ___________________________ Section 6 - _____ Date ____________ #
Module 3 Topic A
Lesson 1 ~ Homework
Lesson 1: Positive and Negative Numbers
on the Number Line—Opposite Direction and Value
1.
If zero lies between 𝑎 and 𝑑, give one set of possible values for 𝑎, 𝑏, 𝑐, and 𝑑.
𝑎
2.
𝑏
𝑐
𝑑
Below is a list of numbers in order from least to greatest. Use what you know about the number line to
complete the list of numbers by filling in the blanks with the missing integers.
-6, _____, -4, -3, -2, _____, _____, 1, _____, 3, 4, ______, 6
3.
Complete the number line scale. Explain and show how to find 3 and the opposite of 3 on a number line.
0
4
Name ___________________________ Section 6 - _____ Date ____________ #
Module 3 Topic A
Lesson 2 ~ Homework
Lesson 2: Real-World Positive and Negative Numbers and Zero
1.
Write a story problem that includes both integers −7 and 11.
2.
What does zero represent in your story problem?
3.
Choose an appropriate scale to graph both integers on the vertical number line. Label the scale.
4.
Graph both points on the vertical number line.
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