"What's Wrong?" with these Number Line

Topic: 2 Integers, Rational & Real Numbers
Source of question: Homework 2a

Q2(a) Represent the following numbers on a number line: 5, -1/11, π, 0.9

Below are 4 number lines that have "gone wrong".
Do you know what's wrong with these number lines?

Line (1)

Line (2)

Line (3)

Line (4)

Think through before clicking at "Comments" to find out "What's Wrong".






1 comment:

  1. Line 1:
    - The numbers should be written below the line.
    - The line should not stop at the 2 markings at the two ends. It should extend beyond the numbers, with an arrow pointing to the right.

    Line 2:
    - The line should not stop at the 2 markings at the two ends. It should extend beyond the numbers, with an arrow pointing to the right.
    - Avoid using ink to draw number lines.

    Line 3:
    - Arrow (on the number line) pointing to the right is missing

    Line 4:
    - The line should not stop at the 2 markings at the two ends. It should extend beyond the numbers, with an arrow pointing to the right.
    - Should use "Dots" instead of crosses.

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