Math Grade 6 Quiz Opposite Signs and Number Line Locations – 6.NS.C.6.A
This standard requires students to understand the relationships of numbers with their opposites, particularly in terms of their positions on the number line. Students learn that numbers with opposite signs are located on opposite sides of 0 on the number line. They also discover that taking the opposite of an opposite number returns to the original number and that zero is unique in being its own opposite.
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What is the opposite of 7?
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On a number line, where is 3 located in relation to 3?
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If a point A is located at 5 on a number line, where is point B located if it is the opposite of point A?
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Which of the following statements is true?
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If you move 6 units to the right from 0 on the number line, which point do you reach?
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What is the opposite of the opposite of 9?
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Which number is located on the opposite side of 0 from 8 on the number line?
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What does ((2)) equal?
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If 5 is plotted on a number line, where would its opposite be plotted?
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What is the value of (4)?
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