# Two-Step Equations Worksheets

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Our collection of free, printable two-step equations worksheets is fully equipped to meet the requirements of learners in middle school. A stepping stone to two-step equations, these worksheets help children ease into the topic, offering ample practice in performing inverse operations and simplifying to solve for the unknown variables.

These pdf two-step equation worksheets are highly recommended for grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8 children.

CCSS: 7.EE

Get practice off the ground with these exercises, where the task is to find the value of the variables in equations with whole numbers as coefficients and constants.

Two-Step Equations - Level 2 | 8 Problems per Page

Add, subtract, multiply, or divide to solve each of the eight equations in these pdf two-step equations worksheets for 6th grade and 7th grade kids.

Two-Step Equations - Level 2 | 10 Problems per Page

Watch children effortlessly tackle the ten equations found in each of these printable worksheets, where the task is to solve for the unknown variable.

Two-Step Equations with Decimals Worksheets

These exercises expect math lovers in 8th grade to solve the two-step equations with decimal coefficients and write the values of the unknown variables.

Two-Step Equations with Fractions Worksheets

Power through fractional coefficients with these printable two-step equations worksheets. Perform inverse operations to solve the equations.

Two-Step Equations - Mixed Review

Masterfully solve two-step equations with these printable worksheets where the coefficients of the equations are expressed as integers, fractions, and decimals.

Solve and Verify - Two-Step Equations

In these solving two-step equations worksheets, kids first find the value of the variable and then plug the value back in the equation to verify the solution.

Use the properties of geometric shapes to solve each problem in these pdf two-step equation worksheets. Frame the equation and find the unknown variable.