# Interpret And Compare Signed Numbers In A Table (Word Problems) Quiz

8 questions

### #1 of 8:Mild

Interpret and compare signed numbers in a table (word problems)

<p>The table shows the elevations of several bodies of water from around the world.</p><selectivedisplay data-props='{"show_in_create":true,"show_in_problem_qa": true}'><TableUIv2 data-props='{ "headers": [ { "value": "Body of Water" }, { "value": "Elevation (feet)" } ], "borders": { "rows": [], "cols": [] }, "rows": [ [ { "value": "Lake Eyre" }, { "value": "`-49`" } ], [ { "value": "Dead Sea" }, { "value": "`-1text{,}388`" } ], [ { "value": "Lake Michigan" }, { "value": "`577`" } ], [ { "value": "Loch Ness" }, { "value": "`52`" } ] ]}'></TableUIv2 ><ul><li>Which body of water is at the lowest elevation?</li><li>Which body of water is at the highest elevation?</li><li>Which body of water is at an elevation farthest from sea level?</li></ul></selectivedisplay>

### #2 of 8:Mild

Interpret and compare signed numbers in a table (word problems)

<p>The table shows the temperature Jamal recorded each morning for four days. </p><selectivedisplay data-props='{"show_in_create":true,"show_in_problem_qa": true}'><TableUIv2 data-props='{ "headers": [ { "value": "Day" }, { "value": "Temperature (°C)" } ], "borders": { "rows": [], "cols": [] }, "rows": [ [ { "value": "Saturday" }, { "value": "`-8`" } ], [ { "value": "Sunday" }, { "value": "`-2`" } ], [ { "value": "Monday" }, { "value": "`7`" } ], [ { "value": "Tuesday" }, { "value": "`6`" } ] ]}'></TableUIv2 ><ul><li>On which day did Jamal record the coldest temperature?</li><li>On which day did Jamal record the warmest temperature?</li><li>On which day was the temperature closest to `0°`C?</li></ul></selectivedisplay>

### #3 of 8:Medium

Interpret and compare signed numbers in a table (word problems)

<p>In a certain card game, some cards have positive points and some cards have negative points. The table shows the values of the last four cards Felicia has to play.</p><selectivedisplay data-props='{"show_in_create":true,"show_in_problem_qa": true}'><TableUIv2 data-props='{ "headers": [ { "value": "Card" }, { "value": "Value" } ], "borders": { "rows": [], "cols": [] }, "rows": [ [ { "value": "`1`" }, { "value": "`-10`" } ], [ { "value": "`2`" }, { "value": "`15`" } ], [ { "value": "`3`" }, { "value": "`-20`" } ], [ { "value": "`4`" }, { "value": "`325`" } ] ]}'></TableUIv2 ><ul><li>Which of Felicia’s cards has the lowest value?</li><li>Which of Felicia’s cards has the greatest value?</li><li>Which of Felicia’s cards has a value farthest from zero?</li></ul></selectivedisplay>

### #4 of 8:Medium

Interpret and compare signed numbers in a table (word problems)

<p>Jennifer and three friends set a goal to exercise the same number of minutes during the month of April. The table shows how their actual exercise minutes compared to the goal.</p><selectivedisplay data-props='{"show_in_create":true,"show_in_problem_qa": true}'><TableUIv2 data-props='{ "headers": [ { "value": "Person" }, { "value": "Minutes of Exercise Compared to Goal" } ], "borders": { "rows": [], "cols": [] }, "rows": [ [ { "value": "Jennifer" }, { "value": "`-120`" } ], [ { "value": "Adam" }, { "value": "`45`" } ], [ { "value": "Lizzy" }, { "value": "`-50`" } ], [ { "value": "Jake" }, { "value": "`75`" } ] ]}'></TableUIv2 ><ul><li>Which person exercised the most over their goal?</li><li>Which person exercised the least compared to their goal?</li><li>Which person’s actual exercise minutes were farthest from the goal?</li></ul></selectivedisplay>

### #5 of 8:Medium

Interpret and compare signed numbers in a table (word problems)

<p>The table shows the balance in Ivy’s bank account at the beginning of four different months.</p><selectivedisplay data-props='{"show_in_create":true,"show_in_problem_qa": true}'><TableUIv2 data-props='{ "headers": [ { "value": "Month" }, { "value": "Balance (dollars)" } ], "borders": { "rows": [], "cols": [] }, "rows": [ [ { "value": "July" }, { "value": "`42`" } ], [ { "value": "August" }, { "value": "`-49`" } ], [ { "value": "September" }, { "value": "`63`" } ], [ { "value": "October" }, { "value": "`-37`" } ] ]}'></TableUIv2 ><ul><li>In which month did the account have the lowest balance?</li><li>In which month did the account have the highest balance?</li></ul></selectivedisplay>

### #6 of 8:Medium

Interpret and compare signed numbers in a table (word problems)

<p>The Green Dragons football team kept track of the total number of yards gained or lost on their last four possessions.</p><selectivedisplay data-props='{"show_in_create":true,"show_in_problem_qa": true}'><TableUIv2 data-props='{ "headers": [ { "value": "Possession" }, { "value": "Change (yards)" } ], "borders": { "rows": [], "cols": [] }, "rows": [ [ { "value": "`1`" }, { "value": "`29`" } ], [ { "value": "`2`" }, { "value": "`-8`" } ], [ { "value": "`3`" }, { "value": "`-5`" } ], [ { "value": "`4`" }, { "value": "`87`" } ] ]}'></TableUIv2 ><ul><li>On which possession did the team gain the most yards?</li><li>On which possession did the team lose the most yards?</li><li>On which possession did the team’s field position change the least?</li></ul></selectivedisplay>

### #7 of 8:Spicy

Interpret and compare signed numbers in a table (word problems)

<p>A state requires that fish caught in various lakes must meet certain length requirements. The table shows the lengths of four fish Teddy caught in one lake compared to the required length.</p><selectivedisplay data-props='{"show_in_create":true,"show_in_problem_qa": true}'><TableUIv2 data-props='{ "headers": [ { "value": "Fish" }, { "value": "Comparison to Requirement (inches)" } ], "borders": { "rows": [], "cols": [] }, "rows": [ [ { "value": "`1`" }, { "value": "`1.75`" } ], [ { "value": "`2`" }, { "value": "`-1.5`" } ], [ { "value": "`3`" }, { "value": "`-2.5`" } ], [ { "value": "`4`" }, { "value": "`1.25`" } ] ]}'></TableUIv2 ><ul><li>Which fish is the shortest?</li><li>Which fish is the longest?</li><li>Which fish has a length that is farthest from the requirement?</li></ul></selectivedisplay>

### #8 of 8:Spicy

Interpret and compare signed numbers in a table (word problems)

<p>The table shows the balance in Hugo’s bank account at the end of four different months.</p><selectivedisplay data-props='{"show_in_create":true,"show_in_problem_qa": true}'><TableUIv2 data-props='{ "headers": [ { "value": "Month" }, { "value": "Balance (dollars)" } ], "borders": { "rows": [], "cols": [] }, "rows": [ [ { "value": "January" }, { "value": "`-318.50`" } ], [ { "value": "February " }, { "value": "`489.25`" } ], [ { "value": "March" }, { "value": "`116.50`" } ], [ { "value": "April" }, { "value": "`-205.75`" } ] ]}'></TableUIv2 ><ul><li>In which month was the account most overdrawn?</li><li>In which month did the account have the highest balance?</li></ul></selectivedisplay>

In 6th Grade, signed numbers are introduced. Students learn how to compare and apply them to real-life problems. "Interpret and compare signed numbers in a table Quiz" is useful to test the students’ knowledge of signed numbers. Using this quiz, teachers can easily identify the knowledge gaps of the students. To solve these problems, students should have a good understanding of signed numbers. For example, the elevations of the Grand Canyon and Tonga Trench are 2100 meters and -10,800 meters respectively, then Tonga Trench has the lowest elevation and Grand Canyon has the highest elevation.

In 6th Grade, signed numbers are introduced. Students learn how to compare and apply them to real-life problems. "Interpret and compare signed numbers in a table Quiz" is useful to test the students’ knowledge of signed numbers. Using this quiz, teachers can easily identify the knowledge gaps of the stu...

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