In order to add two integers on the number line, we follow the following method :

1) Mark the first number on the number line, say -3.

2) The next number is + 4 ( Positive 4) so from -3 jump 4 steps to right and that gives you the answer.

So , - 3 + 4 = +1

1) First mark + 4 on the number line.

2) 2nd number is ( -3 ) so move 3 units to left from 4 and that gives you the answer.

1) If two numbers have same sign then add them and give the common sign.

2) If two numbers have different sign then subtract them and give the sign of the bigger number.

1) -16 + 25

So, -16 + 25 = 9

2) -14 – 56

So, -14 – 56 = - 70

3) -16 + 23 – 12 – 8

- 5 – 8

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• Absolute value of Integers

• Absolute Value Equation

• Addition of Integers

• Multiplication of Numbers

• Division of Numbers

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