Writing & Solving Addition Equations with One Variable

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Which of the following shows you an addition equation?

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1. Which of the following shows an addition equation where one side shows you the addition of 4 and an unknown number and the other side shows a total of 24?

2. Solve 51 + x = 84.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

These resources will ask you to identify and solve addition equations with only one variable.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Topics discussed in this quiz will include:

  • What makes an addition equation different
  • Unknown numbers
  • Equations with unknown variables

Skills Practiced

Use these skills while using this interactive quiz and printable worksheet:

  • Interpreting information - review an equation and identify the unknown variable
  • Problem solving - after reviewing the lesson, use the tactics you have learned to solve for an unknown variable
  • Distinguishing differences - use what you have learned to differentiate an addition equation from the other given equations

Additional Learning

Review the lesson entitled Writing & Solving Addition Equations with One Variable to further understand these mathematical functions. This tutorial will go over:

  • Distinguishing unknown variable in an equation
  • Identifying how an addition equation is written
  • Solving for an unknown variable in two examples
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