# Write Variable Equation From Verbal Description Worksheet

## 6 problems

Writing variable equations from verbal descriptions is like converting a given situation or problem explained in words into a mathematical equation involving variables. In these worksheets, students need to translate the given words into mathematical symbols and operations and create math equations. It will add an extra challenge to your algebra lessons.

For example: Translate “the total of 106 and g is 164” to an equation.

Algebra 1
One-Variable Equations

## How Will This Worksheet on Writing Variable Equations From Verbal Descriptions Benefit Your Students' Learning?

• It will enhance the understanding of translating verbal descriptions into variable equations.
• Helps to learn the words used for different mathematical operations.
• Improves algebraic problem-solving skills.
• Helps you turn everyday situations into math problems.
• Gives you a variety of problems to solve.
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## Solved Example

Q. Write the sentence as an equation.$\newline$the product of $249$ and $y$ is equal to $30$
Solution:
1. Identify Operation: Identify the math operation found in the phrase:$\newline$＂the product of $249$ and $y$$\newline$＂Product＂ indicates that the values are being multiplied.$\newline$The operation is multiplication.
2. Write Mathematical Form: Write the mathematical form for the phrase ＂the product of $249$ and $y$＂.$\newline$For multiplication, the order does not matter, but typically we write the number first followed by the variable.$\newline$Expression: $249 \times y$
3. Write Equation: Write the equation for the given sentence ＂the product of $249$ and $y$ is equal to $30$＂.$\newline$The phrase ＂the product of $249$ and $y$ is equal to $30$＂ states that $249$ multiplied by $y$ is equal to $30$.$\newline$Equation: $249 \times y = 30$

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