Using A Number Line Worksheets
What is a Number Line used for? A number line is a picture representation of real numbers written evenly on a straight line. Real numbers include rational numbers, whole numbers, and irrational numbers. However, you cannot include the imaginary numbers on a number line. A number line has basic parts, including origin, which is mentioned as '0' at the start of the number line. We write all the positive numbers on the right side of the number line, and all the negative numbers are mentioned on the left side of the line. You can use the number line in whatever way it suits your purpose. You can use plot integers, fractions, and rational numbers. Identifying numbers  Numbers line is an easier and effective way to pinpoint the location of a number. It is easy to find a whole number like four o the number line finding 4.5 is a bit of a challenge. With number line, you can easily spot 4.5 halfway between 4 and 5. Addition and Subtraction  Number lines are significantly helpful in doing addition and subtraction. Where doing sums are the most effective way, but the initial practice of addition and subtraction on a number line helps in building the basic concept. For example, if you have 5 apples and your friend gave 3 more apples to you. When using a number line, you will move from origin to 5th place. Then to add the 3 more apples, you will proceed in a positive direction to add 3 more numbers you will reach at 8, which is your result. You will perform the subtraction problem in the same way but move in a negative direction.

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates the use of number lines in forward sequential order. A number line shows numbers evenly spaced on a line. The arrows at each end mean that numbers continue forever in each direction.
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Independent Practice 1
6 number line problems each with their own number line. The answers can be found below. Use the number line to count forward from 89 to 97.
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Homework Worksheet
8 property questions for students to work on at home. Examples of each property are provided and explained.
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How To Remember PEMDAS
A great mnemonic device for remembering the order of operations for solving equations: Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally. This stands for Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication/Division (left to right), Addition/Subtraction (left to right).