# Negative/Positive Numbers: Question Preview (ID: 14016)

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Which number below best represents a credit of \$21.74?
a) 11.74
b) 21.74
c) -21.74
d) -11.74

Which number below best represents a gain of \$9.42?
a) -9.42
b) 9.42
c) 19.42
d) -19.42

Which list orders integers from least to greatest?
a) -29, -31, -34, -37
b) -37, -34, -31, -29
c) -37, -29, -31, -34
d) -34, -37, -31, -29

Which list orders integers from greatest to least?
a) 3, 1, -2, -3, -6
b) -6, -3, -2, 1, 3
c) 1, 3, -6, -3, -2
d) 3, 1, -6, -3, -2

A train is at an elevation of 83 feet, and a submarine is at an elevation of -83 feet. Which of the following is true?
a) train\'s elevation = submarine\'s elevation
b)
c) train\'s elevation < submarine\'s elevation
d) train\'s elevation > submarine\'s elevation

Which decimal below best represents a temperature of 9.94 degrees below zero?
a) -9.94
b) 23.06
c) 9.94
d) -23.06

The temperature in Chicago, Illinois, is -1°F, and the temperature in Phoenix, Arizona, is 42°F. Which of the following is true?
a) Chicago\'s temperature = Phoenix\'s temperature
b)
c) Chicago\'s temperature > Phoenix\'s temperature
d) Chicago\'s temperature < Phoenix\'s temperature

Which decimal below best represents a debt of one thousand dollars and two cents?
a) 1,000.02
b) -1,000.02
c) -1,000.20
d) 1,000.20

Which list orders integers from greatest to least?
a) 19, 14, 12, -18, -21
b) 19, 12, 14, -21, -18
c) -21, -18, 12, 14, 19
d) -18, -21, 12, 14, 19

Which number below best represents an account balance of \$91 below zero?
a) 910
b) 91
c) -91
d) -910

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