Simplifying Algebraic Expressions Worksheets
This page contains 95+ exclusive printable worksheets on simplifying algebraic expressions covering the topics like algebra/simplifying-expressionss like simplifying linear, polynomial and rational expressions, simplify the expressions containing positive and negative exponents, express the area and perimeter of rectangles in algebraic expressions, factorize the expressions and then simplify and much more. Recommended for students of 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, and high school students. Access our free simplifying algebraic expressions worksheets with just a single click!
Combine all the like terms to simplify the given linear expressions. Use the distributive law wherever applicable. The pdf worksheets for grade 6 and grade 7 are split into two levels based on the difficulty involved.
Grade 8 and high school students need to add or subtract the like terms to simplify each polynomial expression. Express the algebraic expression in the simplest form.
These printable worksheets contain algebraic expressions with positive exponents. Apply the laws of exponents to simplify the expressions.
This batch of worksheets involves negative exponents. Easy level contains single variable expressions, whereas the moderate level contains multiple variables.
Determine the missing term in the first section. Find the value of the missing variable in the next section.
The dimensions of the rectangles are expressed in algebraic expressions. Use relevant formulae to determine the area and perimeter of the rectangles.
Factorize the numerator and denominator. Cancel out the common terms to simplify the expressions.
Find the LCM, add / subtract the rational expressions and then express your answer in the simplest form. Each high school pdf worksheet contains eight problems.
Factorize the numerator and denominator of each rational expression. Cancel out the common terms to reduce the expression to the lowest form.
Each algebraic expression in this collection of printable worksheets contains two or more variables. Simplify the algebraic expression by adding or subtracting the like terms.