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# Write Two-Step Expressions (Word Problems) Worksheet

## 7 problems

In mathematics, phrases can be defined as a set of words and numbers that can be arranged properly to form a mathematical expression. Expressions on the other hand have a mathematical operation (addition, division, subtraction, and multiplication) and at least 2 numbers. We use parentheses in math to group things together so that a mathematical operation can be performed within the expression.

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## Teaching Writing Two-step Expression Word Problems

• Firstly, identify the equation.
• Secondly, you can equate the equation from both sides.
• Lastly, you may write two step expressions.

## Why Should You Use a Write two-step expression ( word problems ) worksheet for your Students?

You can download and print these super fun two-step expressions (word problems) worksheet pdf from here for your students. You can also try our Write Two-Step Expressions (Word Problems) Problems and Write Two-Step Expressions (Word Problems) Quiz as well for a better understanding of the concepts.

## Teaching Writing Two-step Expression Word Problems

• Firstly, identify the equation.
• Secondly, you can equate the equation from both sides.
• Lastly, you may write two step expressions.

## Why Should You Use a Write two-step expression ( word problems ) worksheet for your Students?

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