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I suggest if you cannot check them please don't comment. Not trying to be rude but pretty sure most u know what I mean.

I am not here for answers just for someone to check my work 6th grade math.

1. -15 > -21
A. >
B. <
C. =
Which number is greater than -24
A. -42
B. -27
C.-16***
D. -32
Which set of integers is ordered from least to greatest?
A. -13,4,0,-8
B. -5,-2,3,1 ***
C. -12,-8,-4,7
D. 15, 6, -9,-21

Fill in the blank so that the set of integers is ordered from greatest to least.
5,0,_____,-14,-20

A. 3
B. -4 ***
C. 1
D. -18

Which o the following is a true statement?
A. When comparing two integers, the integer with the greatest absolute value is always the greater integer.

B. When comparing two integers, the integer with the greatest absolute value could be the lesser integer.

C. When comparing two integers, the integer with the smaller absolute value could be the lesser integer.

D. When comparing two integers, the integer with the smaller absolute value is always the greater integer. ***

Just need someone to check and if they are wrong I will correct. :)

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  1. I suggest if you are taking the same test you should probably pick B for number 5 and and probably C for 3....
    B
    C
    C
    B
    B
    (Im a girl btw) Anyway dont get @ me if im wrong this is just what i think for Lesson 2 Comparing and Ordering Integers Math 6 B Unit 4:Integers

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  2. if a > b then it means a is farther to the right than b
    so, -a < -b, since -a is farther to the left than -b
    #2. ok
    #3 not quite
    #4. ok
    #5. Not D, since |-2| < |4| but -2 < 4

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  3. thanks T.O.K 100%

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  4. T.O.K is right in 2020

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  5. T.O.C is 100% right.

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  6. He is still right in 2021 guys

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