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For this algebra vocabulary worksheet, students complete a crossword puzzle, using a set of 13 algebraic clues and a word box given at the bottom of the page.
In this online interactive math skills worksheet, students solve 10 multiple choice math problems regarding algebraic equations. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Students define equations and expressions. In this algebra instructional activity, students review important vocabulary words to do with equations and solving problems. They simplify equations and expressions using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
In this algebraic equations worksheet, 9th graders solve 10 different problems that include solving various types of algebraic equations. First, they determine the equation of a line and solve the absolute value of an inequality shown. Then, students identify the graph shown and write the name of the quadratic equation is represented.
For this using algebraic equations in geometry problems worksheet, 6th graders write an equation to solve each addition problem about geometry, then find the solution.
Use this algebra worksheet as a review for your charges. Learners answer 10 multiple choice questions about sixth grade math, not interactively, with answers available online.
In this algebraic expressions worksheet, students evaluate expressions with given values. An answer key and reference website for additional resources are given.
In this algebraic translations worksheet, 7th graders solve 10 different problems related to various algebraic translations. First, they determine the sum of two consecutive numbers. Then, students determine the rates at which two runners travel. In addition, they determine the total value of a particular number of coins and dollar bills together.
In this algebraic fractions worksheet, 9th graders solve 10 different problems that include simplifying and reducing various algebraic fractions. First, they determine whether each of the fractions can be reduced. Then, students rewrite each of the fractions that can be reduced in the space provided.
In this algebraic equations worksheet, students solve 9 different problems that include various types of equations used on the sheet. First, they determine the solution of a given inequality. Then, students write the greatest common factor for given numbers. They also determine the measure of an angle of an equilateral triangle.
In this algebra worksheet, students solve fifteen simple algebraic equations.  All of the equations require only one step to solve.  Solutions are provided.
Use this algebraic expressions worksheet to have your learners translate ten phrases into algebraic expressions using a variable. Example: 4 times a number decreased by one (4x-1).
In this algebraic expressions worksheet, students translate given phrases into algebraic expressions. Answers are included on page 2.
In this solving algebraic expressions with decimals activity, students solve 5 algebraic expressions with one variable and decimals.
Young scholars combine like terms to simplify algebraic expressions. For this combining like terms lesson, the teacher leads the class in simplifying expressions with two variables. The lesson concludes with a game of "Silent Noughts and Crosses." In this game the class is divided into two teams. the teacher presents an expression, students individually solve and display their answers. The most common answer becomes the team answer. If correct, the team gets the square.
In this algebraic solutions worksheet, 9th graders solve 10 different sets of simultaneous equations. First, they solve one of the equations such that one variable is defined in terms of the other. Then, students take the new definition of the one variable and substitute it for the same variable in the second equation. Finally, solve the equation.
In this algebraic fractions worksheet, 9th graders solve 10 different problems that include multiplying and dividing various fractions. First, they multiply the numerators then the denominators in each problem. Then, students cancel where they can to get the problem into lowest possible terms. They also factor what is left to get their answer.
In this algebraic expression activity, students write expression for a set of problems, using the variable of "T." Problems are arranged in a graphic organizer of rows.
In this algebraic reasoning for grade 5 worksheet, 5th graders answer 10 multiple choice questions, not interactively, about equations and operations, with answers available online.
In this algebraic expression learning exercise, students find the value of given expressions with single variables. Answers are included on page 2.