- Translating Phrases
Translating Phrases into Algebraic Expressions Worksheets
The printable translating phrases worksheets in this page provide prolific practice to 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade students on expressing the phrases as algebraic expressions like linear expressions, single & multiple variable expressions, and writing the sentences as equations and inequalities. This will help the students to translate real-life problems into algebraic expressions and find a solution in an easier way. Access some of these worksheets for free!
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.
Single Variable Algebraic Expressions
Each expression in this set of pdf translating phrases into algebraic expressions worksheets is of the form: f(x) + c, where f(x) is a polynomial in different forms, c is a constant.
Multi-Variable 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.
Translating Linear Equations: One-Step
Translate each phrase into one-step linear equation. These pdf worksheets for grade 6 are classified into easy and moderate levels.
Translating Linear Equations: Two-Step
Identify the keywords and translate the sentences into two-step linear equations.
Translating Linear Equations: Multi-Step
Set up the multi-step equations by translating the verbal phrases. This will help students to solve word problems involving multi-step equations.
These printable worksheets for grade 7 and grade 8 contain sentences which are a mixture of linear equations and inequalities. Translate the written descriptions into the appropriate equation or inequality to complete the exercise.
Translating Inequality Phrases Worksheets
Linked in here are our printable translating inequality phrases worksheets that allow students to translate sentences into inequalities with swagger. They must use inequality symbols like <, >, ≤ or ≥ according to the phrases used in the sentences and quickly translate them.