# Translating Phrases into Algebraic Expressions Worksheets

Inspire a streak of terrific translation among students with our printable translating phrases into algebraic expressions worksheets. Translate commonly used words and phrases into mathematical expressions here. These worksheets consisting of word exercises help students figure out how to frame linear or algebraic expressions. With tasks on translating verbal phrases into algebraic expressions involving single and multiple variables, children will never lack practice. Dive into practice with our free worksheets!

If translating algebraic expressions is your Achilles heel, here's a useful tool. Write simple linear expressions involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in these worksheets.

Writing algebraic expressions is not as hard as many think it is. The key is to identify the words that show the mathematical operation, so translating the verbal phrases into mathematical expressions is easy.

Translating Phrases | Multivariable

Get used to phrases such as "increased by the product of" before forming the correct algebraic expressions in these translating phrases worksheets where there are two or more variables involved.

Translating Linear Equations | One-Step

Simple but effective, these pdf worksheets require kids to hone in on the mathematical operation and translate each phrase into an algebraic expression solvable in one step.

Translating Linear Equations | Two-Step

In these printable translating phrases into algebraic expressions worksheets, each phrase involves two different operations. Get 6th grade math wizards to figure them all out.

Translating Linear Equations | Multistep

The perfect challenge for 7th grade and 8th grade learners, these pdf exercises call for deciphering phrases and translating them to expressions that involve multiple steps.

Translating Inequality Phrases Worksheets

Plug into our collection of printable translating phrases worksheets that present verbal phrases of inequalities. Study the written descriptions and translate them as one-step or two-step inequalities.