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Linear Equations Practice Problems

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Updated on Jun 12, 2014

Linear Equations Practice Problems

Set 1: Linear Equations - Order of Operations

To review linear equations, go to Linear Equations Help

Practice

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Practice

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Practice

Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Set 2: Solving Linear Equations

To review inverse operations, go to Linear Equations Help

Practice

1. 4 x = 36

2. – 2 x = –26

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Practice

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Practice

Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Set 3: 4 Step Method for Solving Linear Equations

To review a summary of the method to solve equations, go to Linear Equations Help

Practice

1. 2 x + 16 = 10

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Practice

3. 6(8 – 2 x )+ 25 = 5(2 – 3 x )

4. – 4(8 – 3 x ) = 2 x + 8

5. 7(2 x – 3) – 4( x + 5)= 8( x – 1)+ 3

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Practice

7. 5 x + 7 = 6( x – 2) – 4(2 x – 3)

8. 3(2 x – 5) – 2(4 x + 1)= – 5( x + 3) – 2

9. – 4(3 x – 2) – (– x + 6)= – 5 x + 8

Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Set 4: Simplifying Fractions and Using the Associative Property to Solve Linear Equations

To review the method to clear a fraction from the equation, go to Linear Equations Help

Practice

Solve for x after clearing the fraction.

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Practice

Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

 

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

Factoring To Reduce Fractions Solutions

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