Linear Equations in One Variable
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Grade 8 Number System - 8.EE.C.7a
What do the letters (variables) stand for in linear equations? You know what liner equations are, right? Algebraic equations comprise numbers and variables (letters), with one arithmetic operation that needs to be solved. You know what arithmetic operations are, and you also know what digits represent. But variables might scare you and you might get confused as to why they appear in algebraic equations. Before you get on to solving the equations, you might as well have a clear and basic understanding of what variables are. When we see algebraic equations, there are letters such as x, y, z, a, b, m, d. These variables imply that the value of these variables is not known. Usually, when there is a variable in the equation, you have to find the value of the variable using the arithmetic operation that is given. These worksheets and lessons teach students to understand all the parts of linear equations.
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- How Many Solutions
Step-by-Step Lesson- How many solutions can an equation have?
You decide in this one.
- Guided Lesson -
Have you ever heard of visualizing equations with models? Now you
- Guided Lesson Explanation
- I provide simple solutions that are more for vocal learners.
- Independent Practice
- Solve for x, solve word problem equations, and solve for x including
- Matching Worksheet
- A nice round up of all the skills learned for this section.
- Absolute Value Equations
Five Pack - Equations that have an absolute on one side. How
can you go wrong?
- Solving Fractional Equations Five Pack - Remember to combine your like terms.
How many solutions are there, solve for x, and story based algebra problems.
We took all the skills from the homework and mixed them up into these sheets.
Math Skill Quizzes
By request, I threw an absolute value problem into the first quiz.