Worksheet #4: Simplify Algebraic Expressions With Two Variables
In this algebraic expression worksheet, students simplify algebraic expressions and solve proportions, and write equations from story problems. Thirteen of the 49 problems are fill in the blank, and the remainder are multiple choice.
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