# Evaluating Algebraic Expressions Worksheets

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Embrace a whole new way of understanding evaluating algebraic expressions with this vast compilation of worksheets. Practice these printable worksheets that help you handily evaluate expressions involving a single variable and multiple variables. Cruise through exercises on evaluating expressions in function tables, and finding the dimensions of shapes using algebraic expressions. The value of the variables is expressed as integers and fractions in this collection. Begin your learning journey with some of our free worksheets!

Evaluating Algebraic Expressions with Integers | Add-Sub

Keen to be evaluated are expressions with addition and subtraction. Plug the integer values in place of the variables in these evaluating algebraic expressions worksheet pdfs.

Evaluating Algebraic Expressions in Single Variable

How do you evaluate n^{2}/ 4, at n = -8? Replace n with -8, square it, and divide by 4, and that would be 16. Simplify such single-variable expressions in these worksheets for 6th grade!

Evaluating Algebraic Expressions in Multiple Variables

Evaluate multi-variable expressions at given integer values, and also evaluate an expression at two sets of values in these printable worksheets for 7th grade kids.

Evaluating Algebraic Expressions in Single Variable | Fractions

Plug-in the given value of the variable to evaluate each algebraic expression in these printable evaluating algebraic expressions worksheets featuring fractions.

In these worksheets, children choose the solution for the expression or choose the expression that is true for the given value, based on the question.

Evaluating Expressions - Function Table

Bring out the best in you with these evaluating algebraic expressions worksheets pdf. Plug-in the given set of values to evaluate an expression and complete the function table.

Geometric Shapes: Finding the Dimensions | Single Variable

The task in these exercises is for grade 6 and grade 7 kids to use the given values, evaluate the algebraic expressions, and determine the dimensions of the shapes.