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Q: How can you show Number on number line?

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how do you show 2/5's on a number line

The number which is more to the right is greater (when the line is in its normal position).

A number line is where a line is drawn with one number starting on one end and another ending it. The number on the furthest right or bottom end is the lower number and the number on the furthest left or top is the highest number.

1/4 is equivalent to 0.25 on the number line

You model your equation on a number line to using a bar model.

First, you calculate it to the desired number of decimals. Then you place it on the number line in the usual manner.

Using just the number line, the only option is to draw some symbols on the number line wherever a data point is observed. It is not easy to show multiple occurrences on a one-dimensional figure.

line plot

line plot

This is the number -0.40, so is a little less than halfway from 0 back to -1 ■

I assume you mean the square Root of 3. You can't show it exactly as root 3 is an irrational number. BUT, you can show it approximately. Root 3 = 1.732... So put a mark between 1 and 2 on the number line at about 1.7.

The equation 6 divided by 34 on a number live would be starting at 6 and going to the left of the number line. This is 6th grade math.

to show how much the number is worth

You write the number 3 over the number 10, and a horizontal line in between.

Simply plot the irrational number at it's approximate location on the number line and label the irrational number. For example, if you were to plot pi on the number line, you would plot it at about 3.14 and label it with "π" (the pi symbol, if it doesn't show up) Another example is if you want to plot the square root of 2 on the number line. You would plot it at around 1.414 and label it with "√2"

If you start with a small number like -14 and end with 98, you can show that the numbers on the number line continue and don't come randomly. Also, it is understood better than a non-sequenced line.

a bar graph because the line graph shows something in a period of time. Also a bar graph would show the number of birds and the color of them at the time while a line graph would show only the number of birds and the time.

4142539

1_2_3_4_5_6_7_8_9_10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ._99_100

Yes,a rational number can be on a number line :D

Number come from the amount of angles. As in 1 (this number doesn't show it very well because of the additional line at the bottom) there is 1 angle in the number 1. There are 2 angles in the number 2. Three angles in the number 3, and so forth. It gets a little tricky at 7 because there is supposed to be a line in the middle and a line at the bottom. And of course 0 has no angles.

this question is not properly worded and is very difficult to answer

To the right.

Line plot

The number line goes on forever.