Multi Step Equations
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<p>This 12- question, self-grading assignment (works great for class work or homework!) provides students with basic practice solving multi- step equations with variables on both sides. All questions are short response, so they must type the answer. I have included several "acceptable" responses but I always tell them to type "x=#" without any spaces to ensure they get credit for a correct response. Many questions involve the distributive property and all answers are integers.</p><p></p><p>I
This package is PERFECT for introducing single and multi-step equations at the junior/ intermediate grade level. Students will learn how to use inverse operations to solve single and multi-step equations. They will learn how to create equations based on word problems using constants and variables, and solve word problems using the 4-step problem solving method. Click on the image to go to my store and search "Solving Equations: Single and Multistep" to read more about what you'll get in this.
Get your students involved with solving multi-step equations with variables on BOTH sides. Task cards include equations with and without distributive property. The following task cards all result in ONE solution. (No Solution and Infinite Solutions are NOT included).This can be used in Math Centers, as individual work, or as a group activity.
Solving equations can be super tricky for kids. This graphic organizer supports students solving 1-step, 2-step and multi-step equations with variables on the left, right, both sides and when like terms are on one side. It is a great support to students just learning to solve equations and to special education students needing extra support. When I introduced it in my class, my students were solving multi-step equations within the hour.