About Our Integer Worksheets
The absolute value of a number represents its distance from zero on the number line, regardless of its sign. It is denoted by two vertical bars, as in |x|, and always results in a non-negative value. These worksheets help students learn how to make use of this measure in real world applications.
Negative numbers are values less than zero and are represented with a minus sign (-) in front of them. They lie to the left of zero on the number line. Over the course of these worksheets students will learn how to use these values in various math operations.
The opposite value of an integer is the value that is the same distance from zero on the number line but in the opposite direction. This becomes a very useful skill as students approach learning algebra.
Prime numbers are numbers greater than 1 that have no positive divisors other than 1 and themselves. Composite numbers are numbers greater than 1 that are not prime, meaning they can be divided exactly by at least one other number besides 1 and themselves. Students learn how to classify numbers when presented with them. It helps them better understand factors and factoring.
Real numbers are all numbers that can be found on the number line, including both rational and irrational numbers. They possess properties like the commutative, associative, and distributive properties for addition and multiplication. Students learn how to classify these different properties over the course of these worksheets.
Roman numerals are a numeral naming system originating from ancient Rome that use combinations of letters from the Latin alphabet to represent numbers. Today, they are also commonly used on clock faces, chapter headings in books, and for marking the special occasions of annual events like the Super Bowl. Over the course of these worksheets students will learn how convert values between numeral naming systems.
Venn diagrams are visual representations used to display the relationships between different sets. In mathematics, they are often used to show the intersections, unions, and differences between sets. These worksheets help students learn how to classify, sort, and detail various types of relationships that exist in groups of objects and numbers.
What Are Integers?
Integers are one of the fundamental building blocks of mathematics, representing both the positive and negative whole numbers, including zero. Integers are a set of numbers that include all whole numbers, both positive and negative, as well as zero. This means integers encompass numbers like …, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, … and so on, without any fractional or decimal parts.