These sets of worksheets will help your students practice converting word problems into algebraic equations.

These worksheets help you learn how to convert word problems into algebraic equations. This is an essential skill as that will help you tackle all types of math topics. Two complete sets of worksheets introduce your students to the concept of deriving algebraic equations from context word clues, provide examples, short practice sets, longer sets of questions, and quizzes. This will be a challenging, but super rewarding section for students to siphon their thoughts through.

These worksheets will help your students understand the relationship between statements involving numbers and the algebraic equations these statements represent.

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Algebraic Representation - Lesson

Learn how to turn mathematical statements into algebraic expressions. Example: "Ten more than five times a number" = 10 + 5x

Worksheet 1

Create algebraic representations from these 10 statements.

Worksheet 2

Describe these problems using algebra.

Review Sheet

Practice creating algebraic representations from these 6 statements.

Do Now Sheet

Make an algebraic representation out of each statement and put your answers in the "My Answer" box.

Lesson

Learn how to solve the problem: "The sum of two consecutive numbers is 11. What are they?"

Algebraic Translations - Worksheet 1

This worksheet has ten statements that must be turned into algebraic expressions. Example: "Separate 49 into two parts so that one part is 6 times the other."

Worksheet 2

This one is all about algebraic expressions.

Review Sheet

Practice creating algebraic expressions from these 6 statements.

Algebraic Translations - Quiz

This worksheet has ten statements that must be turned into algebraic expressions. Example: "What is the total value of 20 $.50 coins and 3 $10 notes in dollars?"

"Do Now"

Make an algebraic representation of each statement and put your answer in the "My Answer" box.