With this Words to Symbols Cut and Paste Activity, students practice taking written expressions and translating them to algebraic expressions. Use this as a warm-up, in-class activity, or homework assignment. An answer key is included.
Concepts such as the difference between “twice the sum of a number and ten” and “the sum of a twice a number and ten” are practiced as well as “four less than ten times a number” and “4 less ten times a number.”
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