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Negative numbers worksheets at Cazoom Math are designed to help students master this topic. Whether it is a word problem, a real life example or just multiplying or adding negative numbers, our worksheets are available to prepare the kids accordingly. Our negative numbers worksheets will help the children develop the skills and gain knowledge that is required to progress in their Math education.

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    Negative Numbers and Integers Worksheets for Students

    Children often get confused with negative numbers, so our printable worksheets on negative numbers are designed to give them confidence and skills to solve relevant problems easily.

    Our resources are easy to understand, follow and relate to real-life problems, so the students get a better understanding of the concepts. We emphasized fun activities in our worksheets so students enjoy adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing the negative numbers. Real-life implementations of negative numbers are all around us, such as temperatures and bank statements, so prepare your student of a child by using Cazoom Math resources.

    The Real Life Applications of Negative Numbers

    Many students question why learning about negative numbers is important, citing the reasoning that negative numbers of objects simply cannot exist.

    Their argument is that it is not possible to have a -1 apple, which would be correct, however, this does not mean that there are no possible uses for negative numbers in real life. Here are a few examples of when negative numbers will be useful.

    Negative Numbers in Everyday Life

    The temperature unit Celsius places zero at the point where water freezes.

    Anything below 0 degrees celsius (32ºF) is represented by a negative number, to differentiate between temperatures above freezing point and below freezing point. While watching news broadcasts, oftentimes temperatures are stated as negative numbers which means that it is going to be cold outside. Similarly, we also see negative temperatures on food packaging which tell us to store these food items at a freezing temperature in order to preserve them.

    Importance of Learning Negative Numbers

    Negative numbers are frequently used on bank statements.

    When the bank account holder has spent less money than they have in their account, the final balance at the end of the statement will be displayed as a positive number. However, when someone spends more money than they have, this number will be displayed as a negative number. Understanding how negative numbers work is important in order to work out how much you owe the bank, so it is important to prepare students well for this situation by using negative numbers worksheets throughout their education.

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