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Negative Number Worksheet
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1.
It is chilly outside. What do you think will be the temperature? a. 56°F b. 110°F c. - 20°F d. 89°F

#### Answer: (c)

Correct answer : (3)
2.
Which of the following could be the temperature in Antarctica? a. 34°F b. 20°F c. 45°F d. - 37°F

#### Answer: (d)

Correct answer : (4)
3.
A submarine is 450 feet below sea level. Which of these represents the position of the submarine with respect to the sea level? a. 45 b. 450 c. - 450

#### Answer: (d)

Correct answer : (4)
4.
It's very cold outside. What do you think the temperature would be? a. 15°C b. 30°C c. 10°F d. - 10°C

#### Answer: (d)

Correct answer : (4)
5.
Andy has no money left with him. He owes Sam $30. Which of these represents the money left with Andy? a. -$30 b. - $3 c. +$3 d. + \$30

#### Answer: (a)

Correct answer : (1)
6.
Zelma took 8 steps backwards. Which one of the following represents this? a. + 81 b. - 18 c. + 8 d. - 8

#### Answer: (d)

Correct answer : (4)
7.
Which of the following situation represents a number less than zero? a. the lowest temperature recorded last Monday was 11°C b. the maximum summer temperature was 43°C c. early morning temperature in a city was - 8°C d. average winter temperature was 6°C

#### Answer: (c)

Correct answer : (3)
8.
The thermometer shows 6°F. What would be the reading if the temperature falls by 7°F? a. 13°F b. - 1°F c. 1°F d. 0°F

#### Answer: (b)

Correct answer : (2)
9.
Which of the following situations represents a number less than zero? a. Rachel′s highest score in a game is 600. b. Jack′s lowest score in a game is 45. c. Susan′s score in a game is - 150. d. Sara wins the game scoring 200 points.

#### Answer: (c)

Correct answer : (3)
10.
A scuba diver dived to a depth of 153 ft below the sea level. Which number describes the depth? a. 153 b. 100 c. - 153

#### Answer: (c)

Correct answer : (4)
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