8th Grade Math Worksheets
First things first, prioritize major topics with our printable compilation of 8th grade math worksheets with answer keys. Pursue conceptual understanding of topics like number systems, expressions and equations, work with radicals and exponents, solve linear equations and inequalities, evaluate and compare functions, understand similarity and congruence, know and apply the Pythagorean Theorem, find volume and surface area, develop an understanding of statistics and probability and much more. Our free math worksheets for grade 8 students make sure they start right!
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Convert each fraction with a multiple of 10 as its denominator into a decimal number by placing the decimal point at the right spot.
Apply prime factorization and determine the square roots of the first fifty perfect squares offered as positive integers.
Use the formula, m = (y2 - y1) / (x1 - x1) to find the slope(m) of a line passing through two points: (x1,y1) and (x2,y2).
Follow the order of operations, rearrange to make the unknown variable the subject, and solve for its integer value.
Observe each set of ordered pairs given in Part A, figure out ordered pairs from graphs in Part B, and state if they represent a function.
Slide each figure in the said direction: up or down, left or right. Write the coordinates of the shifted image.
Complete the congruence statement for each pair of triangles by writing the corresponding side or corresponding angle.
Find the measure of the indicated interior angle by subtracting the sum of the known angles from 180.
Observe whether the interior angles lie on the same side or opposite sides of the transversal and find the unknown angle.
Square the adjacent and opposite sides of the triangle; take the root of their sum; if you arrive at the hypotenuse, then it's a right triangle.
Plug the given radius(r) and height(h) in the formula V = 1/3πr2h and find the volume of the cone.
Read each word problem with a real-life scenario and find the mean, median, mode, and range for each data set.
Switch each fraction to percent by multiplying the numerator by 100, dividing the product by the denominator, and adding the % symbol.
The square of a square root is the radicand. So, simply multiply the radicand with the square of the number outside the root.
Isolate the x and y-terms to one side and the constant to the other side of the equation and rewrite it in the form: ax + by = c.