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### Negative Numbers Starters:

Copy and complete the multiplication grid. The higher levels include negative numbers.

Perform calculations involving negative numbers

Practise techniques for answering questions involving negative numbers.

## Exercises

#### Bidmaze

Find your way through the maze encountering mathematical operations in the correct order to achieve the given total.

#### Inequalities

Check that you know what inequality signs mean and how they are used to compare two quantities. Includes negative numbers, decimals, fractions and metric measures.

#### Negative Magic

Four partially completed magic squares containing negative numbers. Fill in the missing numbers.

#### Negative Numbers

Use negative numbers in basic arithmetic and algebraic calculations and word problems.

#### Number Line

This number line visual aid is designed to be projected onto a whiteboard for whole class exposition.

#### Reading Scales

A self marking exercise on the reading of scales of different types.

#### Temperatures

Test your understanding of negative numbers with this self marking quiz about temperatures.

#### Think of a Number

Ten students think of a number then perform various operations on that number. You have to find what the original numbers were.

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