Q: How do you draw a number line?

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You draw it. Or you can use the Math Input Panel (in start menu) to draw a line with numbers underneath.

Draw a line between them and so 2/3 is equivalent to 4/6

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.

yes the number 8 has a vertical line of symmetry. and depending on how you draw it also a horizontal line of symmetry.

She needs to leave at 6:45 am. It is not possible to draw a number line here.

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You draw it. Or you can use the Math Input Panel (in start menu) to draw a line with numbers underneath.

Draw a line between them and so 2/3 is equivalent to 4/6

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.

yes the number 8 has a vertical line of symmetry. and depending on how you draw it also a horizontal line of symmetry.

Halfway between 1.5 and 2

She needs to leave at 6:45 am. It is not possible to draw a number line here.

You draw a short horizontal line segment on your paper, then write a number above the line and another number below it.

You could draw a number line from 0 to 10 and fill in the integers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and so on. Draw the same number line but make it from 0 to 1 and label the numbers 1/10, 2/10, 3/10 and so on. Make a mark at 5 and 7

0 5 /--------------/-----•------/

draw a line that ends.

draw a straight line then draw a circle on that line at the top then draw a swirl in the circle

Draw a line. Stop. At the end of the line, draw another line in a different direction. Stop. At the end of that line, draw a line heading back in the general direction of where you started. Stop. Draw a fourth line that connects to your starting point.