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Q: How many units is it from -5 to 5 on a number line?

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If you know the value of x then the answer is the point 5 units to the left of that value. If you do not know the value of x then the answer is the whole of the number line.

They are -2 and 12.

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For any integer greater than 5, where the units digit is 5 then that number can be expressed as the product of n and 5. As such, the number is composite. Therefore all numbers in the range 150 to 200 that have a units digit of 5 are composite,.

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10 To find the units from any two integers on the number line, subtract one number from the other, and the absolute value of that number is the answer. In this case, you would write -5 - 5 = -10 or 5 - -5 = 10. The absolute value of both answers is 10.

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For example, the conjugate of 5 + 3i is 5 - 3i. The graph of the first number is three units above the real number line; the second one is three units below the real number line.

you simply at 5 to 7.5. so your answer is 12.5 on the number line.

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If you know the value of x then the answer is the point 5 units to the left of that value. If you do not know the value of x then the answer is the whole of the number line.

The origin, O is the point where the value on the number line is zero. Locate the a point 3 units to the left of the Origin, O and another point that is 5 units to the right of the origin. Join the two points with a straight line.

They are -2 and 12.

If you start at 0 then: 0+5-3+4=6 I hope it helped you