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# Translating Phrases into Algebraic Expressions Worksheets

The worksheets in this page provide practice to students on translating phrases into algebraic expressions like linear expressions, single & multiple variable expressions, equations and inequalities. This will help the students to translate real-life problems into algebraic expressions and find a solution in an easier way.

Linear Algebraic Expressions

Translate each phrase into a linear algebraic expression. Each expression is in the form of ax + b, where x is any variable; a and b are constants. Difficult level is in the form of c(ax+b), c is a constant.

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Single Variable Algebraic Expressions

The worksheets contain phrases, which need to be translated into algebraic expressions. Each expression is in the form of f(x) + c, where f(x) is a polynomial in different forms, c is a constant.

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Multi-variables Algebraic Expressions

Each worksheet has 10 verbal phrases, which should be translated into algebraic expressions. An expression involves two or more variables with or without a constant.

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Translating Linear Equations: One-Step

Translate each phrase into one-step linear equation. The worksheets are classified into easy and moderate levels.

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Translating Linear Equations: Two-Step

Identify the keywords and translate the sentences into two-step linear equations.

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Translating Linear Equations: Multi-Step

Set up the multi-step equations by translating the verbal phrases. This will help students to solve multi-step equations involving word problems.

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Translating Linear Inequalities

Translate the phrases into inequalities, which involve a linear function. The expressions include symbols like <, >, 'not equal', 'less than or equal' and 'greater than or equal'.

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MW4K's Mixed Bag

This section contains phrases, which are a mixture of linear equations and inequalities. The worksheets are distributed in two levels: Easy and Moderate.

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