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.
5.7, on a number line, is located in between 5 and 6.
3/5 on a number line = 0.6
Start at the number -5. Adding a positive number implies moving to the right on a number line, so move 3 spaces to the right on the number line. This gives -5 + 3 = -2.
A number's distance from 0 on a number line is called absolute value. The absolute value of 5 is 5 and the absolute value of -5 is also 5.
At the number 2, draw a vertical line (perpendicular to the number line) and mark a distance of 1 unit on this line. Call this point X The distance from 0 to X is sqrt(5). Put a compass with its point at 0 and the pencil at X, and then draw an arc to cut the number line. That will be sqrt(5) on the number line.
how do you show 2/5's on a number line
The number above the line in a fraction is called the numerator. The number below the line is called the denominator. So in the fraction 5/7 5 is the numerator and 7 is the denominator.
5 (positive 5)
One number greater than -5 on the number line is -4.
no it does not because . . . well, if you look at this number: 5, it does not have a line of symmetry going to the side, up or down, nore diagnal.