## Go Math! Practice Fluency Workbook Grade 6 California 1st Edition Chapter 1 Integers Exercise 1.2 Answer Key

**Page 3 Problem 1, Answer**

Given: 10? -2 Use the number line to compare each pair of integers. Write < or >.ExplanationThe number line is

From the number line, 10 is to the right of -2. So, 10>−2.

Thus, 10>−2.

**Page 3 Problem 2, Answer**

Given: 0? 3.

Use the number line to compare each pair of integers. Write < or >.ExplanationThe number line is

From the number line, 0 is to the left of 3.So, 0<3.

**Page 3 Problem 3, Answer**

Given: −5?0.

Use the number line to compare each pair of integers. Write < or >.ExplanationThe number line is

From the number line, -5 is to the left of 0.So, −5<0.

Thus, −5<0.

**Page 3 Problem 4, Answer**

Given: −7?6.

Use the number line to compare each pair of integers. Write < or >.ExplanationThe number line is

From the number line, -7 is to the left of 6.So, −7<6

Thus, −7<6.

**Page 3 Problem 5 , Answer**

Given: −6?−9.

Use the number line to compare each pair of integers. Write < or >.ExplanationThe number line is

From the number line, -6 is to the right of -9. So, −6>−9.

Thus, −6>−9.

**Page 3 Problem 6, Answer**

Given: −8?−10.

Use the number line to compare each pair of integers. Write < or >.ExplanationThe number line is

From the number line, -8 is to the right of -10. So, −8>−10.

Thus, −8>−10.

**Page 3 Problem 7, Answer**

Given: 5,−2,6.

Order the integers in each set from least to greatest.Use the number line to order the integers.

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from left to right. So, the integers in order from least to greatest are −2,5,6.

Thus, the Order of Integers from least to greatest is −2,5,6.

**Page 3 Problem 8, Answer**

Given: 0,9,-3. Order the integers in each set from least to greatest.

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from left to right. So, the integers in order from least to greatest are −3,0,9.

Thus, the Order of Integers from least to greatest is −3,0,9.

**Page 3 Problem 9, Answer**

Given: -1,6,1.Order the integers in each set from least to greatest.Use the number line to order the integers.

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from left to right. So, the integers in order from least to greatest are −1,1,6.

Thus, the Order of Integers from least to greatest is −1,1,6.

**Page 3 Problem 10 , Answer**

Given: -1,1,0.Order the integers in each set from greatest to least.

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from right to left. So, the integers in order from greatest to least are 1,0,−1.

Thus, the Order of Integers from greatest to least is 1,0,−1.

**Page 3 Problem 11, Answer**

Given: −12,2,1.

Order the integers in each set from greatest to least.

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from right to left. So, the integers in order from greatest to least are 2,1,−12.

**Page 3 Problem 12, Answer**

Given: −10,−12,−11.

Order the integers in each set from greatest to least.

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from right to left. So, the integers in order from greatest to least are −10,−11,−12.

Thus, the Order of Integers from greatest to least is −10,−11,−12.

**Page 3 Problem 13, Answer**

Given: 205,−20,−5,50.

Order the integers in each set from greatest to least.

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from right to left.So, the integers in order from greatest to least are 205,50,−5,−20.

Thus, the Order of Integers from greatest to least is 205,50,−5,−20.

**Page 3 Problem, 14 Answer**

Given: -78, -89, 78, 9.

Order the integers in each set from greatest to least.

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from right to left. So, the integers in order from greatest to least are 78,9,−78,−89

Thus, the Order of Integers from greatest to least is 78,9,−78,−89.

**Page 3 Problem 15, Answer**

Given: -55, -2, -60, 0.Order the integers in each set from greatest to least.

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from right to left. So, the integers in order from greatest to least are 0,−2,−55,−60.

Thus, the Order of Integers from greatest to least is 0,−2,−55,−60.

Page 3 Problem 16, Answer

Given: 28, 8, -8, 0.

Order the integers in each set from greatest to least.

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from right to left. So, the integers in order from greatest to least are 28,8,0,−8.

Thus, the Order of Integers from greatest to least is 28,8,0,−8

**Page 3 Problem 17, Answer**

Given: 37, -37, -38, 38.

Order the integers in each set from greatest to least.

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from right to left.So, the integers in order from greatest to least are 38,37,−37,−38.

Thus, the Order of Integers from greatest to least is 38,37,−37,−38.

**Page 3 Problem 18, Answer**

Given: -111, -1, 1, 11.

Order the integers in each set from greatest to least.

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from right to left. So, the integers in order from greatest to least are11,1,−1,−111.

Thus, the Order of Integers from greatest to least is 11,1,−1,−111

**Page 3 Problem 19, Answer**

Given: Four friends went scuba diving today. Ali dove 70 feet, Tim went down 50 feet, Carl dove 65 feet, and Brenda reached 48 feet below sea level. Write the 4 friends’ names in order from the person whose depth was closest to the surface to the person whose depth was the farthest from the surface.

Here Ali dove 70 feet, Tim went down 50 feet, Carl dove 65 feet, and Brenda reached 48 feet below sea level. We know that 48<50<65<70.

So, from the given, the order from the person whose depth was closest to the surface to the person whose depth was the farthest from the surface is

Brenda, Tim, Carl, Ali.

The order from the person whose depth was closest to the surface to the person whose depth was the farthest from the surface is Brenda, Tim, Carl, Ali.

**Page 3 Problem 20, Answer**

Given: The temperatures on Monday and Tuesday were opposites.

The temperature on Wednesday was neither positive nor negative.

The temperature dropped below zero on Monday. To find: Write the 3 days in order from the highest to the lowest temperature.

We know that Monday and Tuesday were opposites and Monday dropped below zero. so, Tuesday had the highest temperature. Wednesday wasn’t positive or negative so it would be exactly zero. Monday dropped below zero so it had the lowest temperature. So, the order from the highest to the lowest temperature is Tuesday, Wednesday, Monday.

The 3 days in order from the highest to the lowest temperature are Tuesday, Wednesday, Monday.

**Page 4 Exercise 1 Answer**

Given: 1? −4. Use the number line to compare each pair of integers. Write < or >.

The number line is From the number line, 1 is to the right of -4. So, 1>−4.

Thus, 1>−4.

**Page 4 Exercise 2 Answer**

Given: −5? −2.

Use the number line to compare each pair of integers. Write < or >.ExplanationThe number line is

From the number line, -5 is to the left of -2. So, −5<−2.

Thus, −5<−2.

**Page 4 Exercise 3 Answer**

Given: −3?2.

Use the number line to compare each pair of integers. Write < or >.ExplanationThe number line is

From the number line, -3 is to the left of 2. So, −3<2.

Thus, −3<2.

**Page 4 Exercise 4 Answer**

Given: −1? −4.

Use the number line to compare each pair of integers. Write < or >.ExplanationThe number line is

From the number line, -1 is to the right of -4.So, −1>−4.

Thus, −1>−4.

**Page 4 Exercise 5 Answer**

Given: 5? 0.

Use the number line to compare each pair of integers. Write < or >.ExplanationThe number line is

From the number line, 5 is to the right of 0. So, 5>0

Thus, 5>0.

**Page 4 Exercise 6 Answer**

Given: −2?3.

Use the number line to compare each pair of integers. Write < or >.Explanation The number line is From the number line, -2 is to the left of 3. So, −2<3

Thus, −2<3

**Page 4 Exercise 7 Answer**

Given: −2,−5,1.

Order the integers from least to greatest.

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from left to right. So, the integers in order from least to greatest are −5,−2,−1.

Thus, the Order of Integers from least to greatest is −5,−2,−1.

**Page 4 Exercise 8 Answer**

Given:0,−5,5

Order the integers from least to greatest.

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from left to right.So, the integers in order from least to greatest are−5,0,5.

Thus, the Order of Integers from least to greatest is−5,0,5.

**Page 4 Exercise 9 Answer**

Given:−5,2,−3

Order the integers from least to greatest. The given integers are−5,2,−3and the number line is

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from left to right. So, the integers in order from least to greatest are -5,−3,2.

Hence the integers in order from least to greatest are−5,−3,2.

**Page 4 Exercise 10 Answer**

Given:3,−1,−4

Order the integers from least to greatest. The given integers are3,−1,−4 and the number line is

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from left to right.

So, the integers in order from least to greatest are−4,−1,3.Hence the integers in order from least to greatest are−4,−1,3

**Page 4 Exercise 11 Answer**

Given:3,−5,0

Order the integers from least to greatest.

The given integers are3,−5,0, and the number line is

List all the numbers in the order in which they appear from left to right.

So, the integers in order from least to greatest are−5,0,3

Hence the integers in order from least to greatest are−5,0,3

**Page 4 Exercise 12 Answer**

Given:−2,−4,1.

Order the integers from least to greatest.

The given integers are−2,−4,1 and the number line is

list all the numbers in the order in which they appear from left to right. So, the integers in order from least to greatest are−4,−2,1

Hence the integers in order from least to greatest are−4,−2,1.

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