# Solve Two-Step Linear Equations Worksheet

## 6 problems

Two-step linear equations can be solved in two steps. To solve equations, we apply operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication or division on both sides of the equation. In these worksheet, problems are related with solving for variables in given two-step equations.

For example: Solve 4z − 8 = 4 for z.

Algebra 1
One-Variable Equations

## How Will This Worksheet on "Solve Two-Step Linear Equations" Benefit Your Students' Learning?

• These worksheets will help the student in analyzing equations and apply operations to isolate variables.
• Encourages to think critically and determine which operation should be applied to isolate the variable.
• Helps the students become better at solving problems step by step.
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## Solved Example

Q. Solve for $q$.$\newline$$13 = 4q + 5$$\newline$$q =$_____
Solution:
1. Isolate term with q: First, we need to isolate the term with $q$ on one side of the equation. To do this, we subtract $5$ from both sides of the equation to get rid of the constant term on the right side.$\newline$$13 - 5 = 4q + 5 - 5$
2. Simplify the equation: After subtracting $5$ from both sides, we simplify the equation to find the new values on each side.$\newline$$8 = 4q$
3. Divide by coefficient: Now, to solve for $q$, we divide both sides of the equation by $4$, which is the coefficient of $q$.$\frac{8}{4} = \frac{4q}{4}$
4. Find the value of $q$: After dividing both sides by $4$, we find the value of $q$.$2 = q$

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