Substitute values for variables and evaluate expressions.
Evaluate multi-variable expressions with given values.
Evaluate multi- variable expressions by using a given value for the variable
Shows how to simplify expressions and plug values into a variable expression
Learn how to evaluate expressions with multiple variables.
Provides two basic examples of evaluating a variable expression.
Looks into several example problems of evaluating different variable equations.
This video demonstrates a sample use of the principles of evaluating algebraic expressions.
Evaluating Algebraic Expressions Given Integer Values
This video provides an explanation of the concept of evaluating algebraic expressions.
Evaluating Algebraic Expressions Given Decimal Values
Evaluating Algebraic Expressions Given Fractional Values
Evaluating Algebraic Expressions Given Word Problems
Evaluating Algebraic Expressions with Powers Given Integers
Evaluating Algebraic Expressions with Powers Given Decimals
Evaluating Algebraic Expressions with Powers Given Fractions
Evaluating Algebraic Expressions with Powers Given Word Problems
Writing Expressions to Solve Real-World Problems
Quiz for Expressions with One or More Variables.
Practice Expressions with One or More Variables questions
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Expressions with One or More Variables.
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How can you evaluate expressions with two variables to figure out how points are awarded to MotoGP riders?
Learn about the algebraic expression that online mapping websites use to estimate travel times.
This study guide defines variable, variable expression, and variable equation. It also reviews properties of real numbers (commutative, associative, additive identity, multiplicative identity, distributive) and the order of operations.
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