Lesson Worksheet: Writing One-Step Rules Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice interpreting algebraic expressions and writing one-step algebraic expressions describing a function machine, an input-output table, or a sentence.

Q1:

Write an expression for the product of 6 and π‘₯.

  • A6π‘₯
  • B6βˆ’6π‘₯
  • C6+6π‘₯
  • D6π‘₯
  • E6π‘₯βˆ’π‘₯

Q2:

Write the expression that means β€œAdd 2 to 𝑋.”

  • Aπ‘‹βˆ’2
  • B𝑋÷2
  • C𝑋+2
  • D𝑋×2

Q3:

Write the expression that means β€œπ‘₯ divided by 7.”

  • A7Γ·π‘₯
  • B7βˆ’π‘₯
  • Cπ‘₯Γ·7
  • Dπ‘₯βˆ’7

Q4:

A girl can run a mile in 13 minutes. Write an expression for the number of miles she can run in π‘₯ minutes.

  • A13βˆ’π‘₯
  • Bπ‘₯βˆ’13
  • Cπ‘₯Γ·13
  • D13π‘₯

Q5:

Write the expression that means β€œ14 multiplied by 𝑍.”

  • A𝑍×14
  • Bπ‘βˆ’14
  • C𝑍÷14
  • D𝑍+14

Q6:

Write an expression for a number 𝑏 divided by 12.

  • A𝑏12
  • B12𝑏
  • C12𝑏
  • D12βˆ’π‘
  • Eπ‘βˆ’12

Q7:

A father split some money π‘š equally between his three sons. Write an expression for the amount of money received by each son.

  • A3π‘š
  • Bπ‘šβˆ’3
  • C3+π‘š
  • D3π‘šβˆ’3
  • Eπ‘š3

Q8:

Write the expression that means β€œSubtract 14 from π‘Œ.”

  • Aπ‘Œβˆ’14
  • B14βˆ’π‘Œ
  • C14Γ·π‘Œ
  • Dπ‘ŒΓ·14

Q9:

Emma has 11 LE. If Elizabeth has π‘₯LE less than Emma, how much does she have?

  • A(π‘₯+11)LE
  • B(11π‘₯)LE
  • C(11Γ·π‘₯)LE
  • D(11βˆ’π‘₯)LE
  • E(π‘₯βˆ’11)LE

Q10:

Write an expression for a number 𝑦 increased by 12.

  • Aπ‘¦βˆ’12
  • B12𝑦
  • C12𝑦+12
  • D𝑦+12
  • E12βˆ’π‘¦

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