Introduction to Integers with real life examples is the basis of the animation.
The animation explains the concept of natural numbers and whole numbers using real life examples. What are the natural numbers or positive integers? All numbers that are greater than zero are called as natural numbers. Example: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5... and whole numbers by addition of zero to the natural numbers. Example 0, 1, 2...
The concept of set and union of set is explained using examples.
Introduction to integers and positive and negative numbers are supported with more examples. Positive integers means things associated with increasing, ascending, gain etc while decreasing, descending, loss etc denote negative integers.
Another example introduces representing integers on a number line, rules are needed for understanding how to write integers on a number line, for example : An integer is always larger than one on its left.
Then the concept of additive inverse is brought out through number line and real life examples. Example +31 and -31.
Comparing integers through number line and absolute value are also covered.
The animation covers the introduction to integers using real life examples; a quiz section with detailed solution also checks your understanding. |