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On the number line, an integer on the right of a given integer is always larger than the integer.

Answer:

True.

By observing the number line below, we can say that an integer on the right of a given integer is always larger than the integer.

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question plot the following points on
the graph paper
so we have to put these points we have
to plot these points on the graph
paper so firstly to know this this is
our x-axis right this is the negative of
x
excessive x-axis this is positive y-axis
and this is negative y-axis
here if we are donating
0.25 this means the first
coordinate is x-axis and the second
coordinate is y
axis so let's plot this point
2 here this is 2 and y means
positive 5 above the
x's so this is the point
this is the point 2 comma 5 this is the
point 2 comma
5 now
plot 4 comma minus 3 4 comma minus 3 is
which point
4 is here and minus 3 in the negative 1
2 3 minus 3 so this is the point
4 comma minus 3 4 comma minus 3
right now third point minus 5 minus 7
so minus 5 and minus 7 this point this
is the point
minus 5 minus 7
next 7 comma minus 4
here 7 and minus 4
this is the point 7 comma
minus 4 next point minus 3 minus 2
minus 3 positive 2 minus 3 positive 2
here this is the point minus 3 positive
2
7 comma 0 7 comma 0 is this only
right y axis is 0 in this case so 7
comma
0 minus 4 comma 0
again you have here x axis minus 4
and y axis is 0 0 comma
7 here 0 x axis is 0
and y axis is 7 so this is the point
0 comma 0 comma 7
now next 0 comma minus 4 so 0 by
x is 0 y x is minus 4 so this is the
point
0 comma minus 4 and last is 0 0
this is 0 0
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