These worksheets will teach your students to solve for unknown variables by balancing algebraic equations.

#### Your students will use these worksheets to learn how to solve for unknown variables in an algebraic expression by using given variables and balancing equations. This is a skill that students seriously need to have mastery of before moving on to higher level topics. Equations range from easy to intermediate skill. Each set of worksheets provides examples, short practice sets, longer sets of questions, and quizzes.

These worksheets will help you teach your students how to find the value of variables in an equation, and also how to solve equations with two variables when one variable is defined and the other is not.

# Print Evaluating Formulas Worksheets

## Evaluating Formulas - Meet the Skill

Learn how to determine the value of an indicated variable in an equation using the following example: h = (3k+i)/2

## Try the Skill

Solve this problem by determining the value of indicated variable: 7r/3 - d/2 = 35. Then complete the practice problems.

## Practice the Skill

Determine the value of indicated variable in these 10 equations. Example: b/8 = 6z - 4

## Practice the Skill Twice

Determine the value of indicated variable in these 10 equations. Example: y = 6x + 4

## Evaluating Formulas - Show the Skill

Determine the value of indicated variable in these 10 equations. Example: y = 7x + 3

## Evaluating Formulas - Warm Up

Determine the value of indicated variable in these 10 equations. Example: 2t = 3s + 4p

## Evaluating Formulas - Basic skills: Independent Practice 1

Solve for the value of the variable indicated in each of these 10 problems. Example: Solve for the value of 'x': 4x+y=0 ;y=5

## Evaluating Formulas - Basic skills: Independent practice 2

Solve for the value of the variable indicated in each of these 10 problems. Example: Solve for the value of 'x': 30x-5yz=0 ;y=4,x=7

## Intermediate Skills: Independent Practice 1

Solve for the value of the variable indicated in each of these 10 problems. Example: x=4y-(5z/3);y=3,z=4

## Intermediate Skills: Independent Practice 2

Solve for the value of the variable indicated in each of these 10 problems. Example: 3x=5y/7; y=2

## Intermediate Skills: Independent Practice 3

Solve for the value of the variable indicated in each of these 10 problems. Example: x-y=2z;y=-3,z=-4

## Evaluating Formulas - Lesson

Learn how to solve for n based on the following expression: k = 3gn where k=5 and g=14

## Worksheet 1

Determine the value of the indicated variable in each of these 10 problems. Example: k = 4d d=5 Find k.

## Worksheet 2

Determine the value of the indicated variable in each of these 10 problems. Example: k = 5y k=16 Find y

## Evaluating Formulas - Review

Follow the steps to solve the following problem: Solve the expression for t. u = 11gt where u=22 and g=14

## Quiz

Determine the value of the indicated variable in each of these 10 problems. Example: k = 11d k=3 Find k.