There are five sets of simplifying expressions worksheets:
Examples, solutions, videos, and worksheets to help Grade 6 and Grade 7 students learn how to simplify an expression by combining like terms.
There are three sets of using combining like terms to simplify an expression worksheets.
Combining like terms is a technique used in algebra to simplify expressions by grouping together terms that have the same variables raised to the same power. When you combine like terms, you add or subtract their coefficients to create a simplified expression.
Steps on how to use combine like terms:
Note that when combining like terms, only terms with the same variables raised to the same power can be combined. Terms with different variables or different powers cannot be combined.
Have a look at this video if you need to review how to combine like terms to simplify an expression.
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(Answers on the second page.)
Combining Like Terms Worksheet #1 (one variable)
Combining Like Terms Worksheet #2 (two variables)
Combining Like Terms Worksheet #3 (include combine like terms)
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