Evaluating Expressions Worksheets

Are you looking for free algebra worksheets to give you or your students additional practice with evaluating expressions?  Each of these free math worksheets is available in a variety of formats and can be easily customized to help you differentiate instruction. A convenient answer key is provided with each set of algebra exercises. Furthermore, simple, easy-to-understand examples are included on each worksheet; so that your students can develop a step-by-step understanding of how to solve each problem.

Evaluating Expressions Worksheet 1– Here is a ten problem worksheet where you or your students can practice evaluating algebraic expressions for different values.  You will be asked to plug in values for the variables and then perform the appropriate order of operations.  Here’s an example of the type of expression you’ll find:   5(x+y) 

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Evaluating Expressions Worksheet 2– Here is a ten problem worksheet where you or your students can practice evaluating algebraic expressions for different values.  You will be asked to plug in values for the variables and then perform the appropriate order of operations.  Here’s an example of the type of expression you’ll find:   2x + 2y  
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  1. melissa

     /  February 12, 2013

    There are some errors on Worksheet Evaluating Expressions #2

    The directions say to substitute a 4, should be -4.

    Also the 3rd example changes a -3 to a +3. If leave +3 then answer is correct. If leave -3, then answer should be 31.

    Hope you find this helpful…

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