Two-step Equations Worksheets

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Let this set of free printable worksheets be your stepping stone to two-step equations. Fully equipped to meet the requirements of middle school students, this bunch of two-step equation worksheets helps kids ease into the topic, by performing inverse operations and simplifying.

The worksheets are highly recommended for grade 6, grade 7 and grade 8 students.

CCSS: 7.EE

Two-step Equations with Integers

Add, subtract, multiply or divide to solve each two-step equation. The pdf worksheets encompass equations where coefficients are integers.

Two-step Equations with Integers

Two-step Equations with Fractions

Power through fractional coefficients with this free two-step equations worksheet. Perform inverse operations in order to solve the equations.

Two-step Equations with Fractions

Two-step Equations with Decimals

Solve the two-step equations with decimal coefficients in this printable exercises. The pdf worksheet comes with a ready-made answer key.

Two-step Equations with Decimals

Two-step Equations | Mixed Review

Gift yourself an opportunity to learn how to masterfully solve two-step equations with this 7th grade equation worksheet. The coefficients of the equations are expressed in integers, fractions, and decimals.

Two-step Equations | Mixed Review

Solve and Verify | Worksheet #1

Is the value you’ve found for the variable correct? How do you verify it? All you need to do is substitute the value in the equation and check if it balances both the sides of the equation.

Solve and Verify | Worksheet #1

Solve and Verify | Worksheet #2

In this printable two-step equations worksheet, students first perform the two steps and solve for the value of the variable. Next, they plug the value back in the equation and verify the solution.

Solve and Verify | Worksheet #2

Two-step Equations | Shapes

Use the properties of geometric shapes to solve each problem. Frame the equation and solve them to find the unknown variable.

Two-step Equations | Shapes