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That will happen if you have 5 integers.

36.1,42,42.35,40.08,40,42.67

Smaller numbers always go to the left of larger number on the number line.

Yes.

1, 2, 4, 6, 9

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That will happen if you have 5 integers.

36.1,42,42.35,40.08,40,42.67

If you place the numbers on the number line, they go from the least to the greatest as you go from left to right.

Sample Response: Order by value: On a number line, the integers to the left are less than the integers to the right. Order by magnitude: On a number line, the integers farther from zero have a greater magnitude. Least to greatest value: –10, –3, +1. Least to greatest magnitude: +1, –3, –10.

This will work as long as "five" is an acceptable substitute for "several".

Smaller numbers always go to the left of larger number on the number line.

Yes.

1, 2, 4, 6, 9

-8 , -5 , 0 , 3 , 4 The least is -8 & the greatest is 4

arrange the set of number in order from least to greatest and the middle number is the median. You have to arrange them in order from least to greatest or it's wrong. (or greatest to least)

-1 1 2

Ted used five integers. EXAMPLE: 1 2 3 4 5 5 4 3 2 1