Least to greatest on number line  -8,5,2,-4,-10
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Your number line has zero in the centre. On the right are the positive numbers 2 and 5, with 5 being the furthest to the right. The negatives are on the left, -10 being 10 units to the left followed by -8 and -4, -4 being the closest to zero on the left. Read the numbers from left to right (ignore zero because it’s not in the list). This gives you the right order.

answered Oct 11 by Rod Top Rated User (493,580 points)
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