# Evaluating Algebraic Expressions with Integers Worksheets

Plug away at our printable worksheets on evaluating algebraic expressions with integers and simplify multi-variable expressions by assigning the integer values. Our pdf resources present algebraic expressions with up to three variables and require students to skillfully perform the indicated arithmetic operations on integers and simplify the expressions to a single value. It's simplicity itself, isn't it? Get cracking with the free exercises right away!

Our simplifying algebraic expressions with integers worksheets are best suited for grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8.

CCSS: 6.EE

Evaluating Algebraic Expressions with Integers | Add-Sub | Worksheet #1

Keen to be evaluated are expressions involving addition and subtraction or either of them. Plug the given integer values in place of the variables and accomplish the task!

Evaluating Algebraic Expressions with Integers | Add-Sub | Worksheet #2

Review your skills at evaluating algebraic expressions at specific integer values with this 6th grade pdf. Add and/or subtract the values and simplify the expressions!

Evaluating Algebraic Expressions with Integers | Mul-Div | Worksheet #1

Composed with multi-variable expressions involving multiplication and division, this worksheet on evaluating algebraic expressions with integers is the new rock and roll!

Evaluating Algebraic Expressions with Integers | Mul-Div | Worksheet #2

Substitute the respective integer values for the variables, multiply and/or divide them accordingly, and simplify the algebraic expressions in this printable worksheet!

Evaluating Algebraic Expressions in Single Variable

How do you evaluate n2/4, at n = -8? Replace n with -8, square it, and divide by 4, and that would be 16. Simplify such single-variable expressions in this pdf worksheet!

Evaluating Algebraic Expressions in Multiple Variable

Evaluate a multi-variable expression at a given set of integer values and also, evaluate an expression at two sets of values in this free worksheet for 7th grade and 8th grade.