How to Solve Equations with Multiple Steps


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What's the first step to solving the equation 5x + 6x - 22 = 0?

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1. Solve 6x + 3 = -3

2. Solve 9x - 9 = 9

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About this Quiz & Worksheet

There are some equations that are easy to solve, and then there are others that are a little bit more complicated. This quiz will test you on how well you understand the different steps that are involved in solving equations with multiple steps. These steps include combining like terms, balancing the equation and isolating the variable.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use this quiz and printable worksheet to review:

  • What the first step would be in a given equation
  • How to solve equations with addition and subtraction
  • Solving an equation with integers

Skills Practiced

  • Critical Thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about equations in a different light
  • Problem solving - use your knowledge to solve equations with multiple steps
  • Knowledge application - apply what you have learned to identify the correct order of processes involved in solving equations

Additional Learning

Need to know more? You can pull up the accompanying lesson called How to Solve Equations with Multiple Steps to find out how to:

  • Combine like terms
  • Locate the variable
  • Balance equations
  • Isolate the variable