# Working With Algebraic Expressions

First, middle school mathematicians read phrases and translate them into a variable expression. Then, they make statements that explain expressions. On a second page, they combine variables to simplify expressions, and then they evaluate several with two different substitutions. This is an outstanding review of expression-related skills. Be aware that there are two variables involved in most of the problems.

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