How is a thermometer like a number line?
Many thermometers use the liquid metal mercury, Hg.
i think its the last number in the WORLD.[ literally]
line straight like straight line vertical horizontal curve
its like a number on top of a number. sort of like a fraction... the dots are numbers and the line is like the fraction bar.
A question like this is usually referring to the number line. The opposite of 68 would be -68, on the negative side of the number line.
A number, a slash, and another number. For example: 1/2 or another way is to write a small number, a horizontal line underneath it, and another number beneath the line.
There is no number between 5 and 5. It is the same point on the number line and a word like between would imply a space from one point to the next on the number line.
The absolute value of that number, like -7-0= |-7| or just 7.
A number line is usually drawn in such a way that as you count,you move to the right along the number line.On a line drawn like that, greater numbers are farther to the right.(When you count, greater numbers come later.)