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# Two-Step Equation Worksheets

Two-step equation worksheets have a huge collection of printable practice pages to solve and verify the equations involving integers, fractions and decimals. Also, a number of exercise pdfs on translating two-step equations, MCQs and word problems based on geometric shapes are given here for additional practice for 7th grade and 8th grade students. Some of them are offered free of cost!

Solving Two-Step Equations involving Whole Numbers

Kick into gear solving single-variable two-step equations involving positive coefficients with this practice set! Rearrange the equations to make the variable the subject, and solve for its whole-number value.

Solving Equations involving Integers

In these worksheets solve the two-step equations with integer coefficients. Numerous worksheets are available for practice.

Solving Equations involving Fractions

Solve the equations which have fractions as their coefficients. Arrive the solution to the equations in just two steps.

Solving Equations involving Decimals

Decimal coefficients are included in these printable two-step equation worksheets. Solve these equations to get the value of the unknown.

Solving Equations: Mixed Review

Solve these mixed equations which involve fractions, integers and decimals. Each pdf two-step equation worksheet has ten problems for a thorough practice.

Equation Word Problems Worksheets

Utilize this set of worksheets to guide students of grade 7 and grade 8 to solve an array of diligently prepared equation word problems.

(15 Worksheets)

In these 12 worksheets solve each two-step equation to find the unknown. Substitute the value of the variable in the given equation to verify the solution.

Identify the correct two-step equation or value from the given multiple responses. Each pdf worksheet has eight questions for practice.

In these printable worksheets, translate the given phrases and/ or sentences into two-step equation.

Find me! Solve these interesting problems following the given hints. Ex. If you add 7 to three times of me, you get 34. What number am I?

The lengths of the sides of geometric figures are given in the form of expressions. Use the given inputs to find the value of the unknown variables.

The properties of the geometric shapes are the clues to solve these word problems. Figure out the two-step equation from the given expressions to find the value of the unknown.

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