Evaluating Algebraic Expressions Worksheets
This ensemble of evaluating algebraic expression worksheets is designed by experts for students of grade 6, grade 7, grade 8, and high school. Learners need to evaluate expressions containing single as well as multi variables. Multiple-choice questions on equations and inequalities, function table, algebraic expressions in geometric shapes and ordering expressions are also included. Access some of these worksheets for free!
Evaluate each algebraic expression by substituting the given value of the variable. These 6th grade pdf worksheets are split into three levels based on the number of operations involved and the values of the variables.
In this set of printable worksheets for 7th grade and 8th grade students, evaluate the algebraic expressions containing multi-variable. The variables may contain whole numbers, integers or fractions.
Assess how effectively you can evaluate algebraic expressions containing single variables with this attractive compilation. Choose the correct answer that satisfies the given equation in part A. In part B, select the equation that holds true for the given value.
Take your learning to the next level with this series of printable worksheets, where you have to identify the correct set of values and choose the correct equation that holds true for the set of variables.
Enhance your algebraic skills by working out the problems in this batch of pdf worksheets. Complete the function table by evaluating simple algebraic expressions for the given set of values. Use the answer keys to verify your solutions.
With concentration and practice, evaluation of algebraic expressions becomes easier. Presenting more-complicated expressions, this resource tests your comprehension. Just, plug in the given values of the variables in the equations and record the answers in the table.
Assist students to comprehend inequality with this great set of printable worksheets. In Part A, choose the correct value that satisfies the given inequality. Identify the inequality that is true for the given value of the variable(s) in Part B.
Zoom through these pdfs to conquer the concept of inequality with multiple variables. Identify the choice that satisfies the given inequality, in part A. In part B, select the inequality that holds true for the values of the variables specified in the question.
This set of high school pdf worksheets contains problems based on the dimensions of geometric shapes that are represented with algebraic expressions involving single variables. Evaluate the algebraic expression for the given value to determine the attributes.
Illustrated with 2D shapes and 3D shapes, these worksheets present the dimensions of the geometrical figures as algebraic expressions with multiple variables. Replace the variables with the given values and figure out the dimensions.
Substitute the value of the given variable in each set of algebraic expressions and evaluate them. Next, rearrange the expressions in ascending or decreasing descending order as specified.
Not only does this resource helps you practice evaluating expressions with multiple variables, but also assists in recapitulating the concept of arranging expressions in increasing or decreasing order as indicated in the question.
Engage this set of evaluating expressions using algebraic identities worksheets encompass topics on evaluating the numerical expressions using an appropriate algebraic identity.