Evaluate an expression by substituting non-negative rational number values for letter variables in the expression. 0506.3.1
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- Algebraic Expressions - explanation, examples, and several practice problems
- Beginning Algebra Tutorial 4: Introduction to Variable Expressions and Equations - introduction, tutorial, lots of examples followed by practice problems
- Evaluate a Formula Using Substitution - [1:15] short video lesson
- Evaluate Expressions - Substitute values for variables in algebraic expressions and evaluate the expressions
- Evaluating Algebraic Expressions - explanation and a practice problem, with an answer [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
- Evaluating Algebraic Expressions - Evaluating algebraic expressions can be a simple process, but needs to follow an order of operations to get the right answer.
- Evaluating an Expression with One Variable - explanation, practice and a game
- Evaluating Expressions with Two Variables - explanation, practice and a game
- Evaluating an Expression with Two Variables - [advanced] [3:58] video lesson at Algebra level
- Evaluation: Evaluating Expressions, Polynomials, and Functions - two-page lesson from Purple Math
- Evaluating Expressions - explanation, examples and a workout
- Expression Evaluation Calculator - Enter your expression and click on Evaluate.
- Expression Evaluation; Introduction to Expressions - first page of a multi page lesson with many examples and images
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