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Hello Math Teachers! These 183 questions start from one step equations and quickly builds a foundation with equations involving fractions, decimals, distributive property, like terms, and with variables on both sides as well as determining if there is no solution, or an infinite number of solutions (all real numbers).
Organized in columns to be assigned one column of 16 or 17 questions at a time. I use this with my Pre-Algebra and Algebra 1 classes assigning one column, one day a week, for homework for 11 weeks. Just find the column where your students are functioning now and start progressing through the columns.
Math textbooks just do not give enough equations practice problems. These 183 equations only take one page front and back to copy and encourages kids to write the equations and show all of their steps on a separate pieces of paper.
Solving Linear Equations Using:
Equations with Integers
Equations with Decimals
Equations with Fractions
Combining Like Terms
Number of Solutions
Standards: FSA MAFS.8.EE.3.7 Solve linear equations in one variable. Go Math, Glencoe McGraw Hill, Big Ideas Grade 8. Common Core CCSS Math Content 8.EE.C.7
Check out my other Equation Resources:
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