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# Write And Solve Two-Step Equations (Level 1 Word Problems) Problems

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### #1 of 8:Mild

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 1 word problems)

Brandon works at a bookstore where he gets paid \$12 per hour. On Tuesday after work, he spent \$15.40 on a book and he was left with \$80.60 from his paycheck for that day. Write and solve an equation to find x, the amount of time in hours, Brandon worked that day.

### #2 of 8:Medium

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 1 word problems)

Alda’s school is 1200 yards from her house. She walks at a constant speed of 150 yards per minute. Write and solve an equation to find x, the amount of time in minutes, it will take her to be 450 yards away from school.

### #3 of 8:Medium

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 1 word problems)

Beatrice took 20 liters of drinking water on a camping trip. Each day, she uses 2.5 liters. After some days, only 5 liters of water remained. Write and solve an equation to find x, the amount of time in days, Beatrice has been camping.

### #4 of 8:Medium

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 1 word problems)

Dwayne is taking a drawing class. He buys drawing pencils that cost 97 cents each and one sketchbook that costs \$5.95. Dwayne spent \$11.77 before tax. Write and solve an equation to find x, the number drawing pencils he bought.

### #5 of 8:Medium

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 1 word problems)

Alex rents a motorbike for one day. The charge to rent a motorbike is \$18 per day plus 12 cents per mile. Alex has exactly \$30 to spend. Write and solve an equation to find x, the distance in miles, he can ride the motorbike.

### #6 of 8:Spicy

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 1 word problems)

Paul gives 5/7 of his pencils to his friends. Paul then finds four pencils. He now has 12 pencils, Write and solve an equation to find x, the number of pencils Paul had initially

### #7 of 8:Spicy

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 1 word problems)

Mike sold 3/4 of his comic books and then bought 9 more. He now has 16. Write and solve an equation to find x, the number of books he had to begin with.

### #8 of 8:Spicy

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 1 word problems)

Christina sold 1/4 of her dresses and then bought 2 more dresses. She now has 5 dresses. Write and solve an equation to find x, the number of dresses Christina had to begin with.

Two-step equation word problems mean when a world problem expresses algebraic equations. The solution to these equations is determined in two steps. The aim of practicing 2 step equation word problems is to enhance students’ understanding of word problems and algebraic expressions. It also helps them understand how algebraic expressions are related to real words.

Teachers can use these problems in a classroom to improve their students’ knowledge of algebraic equations.

You can also try our Two Step Equation Word Problems Worksheet and Two-Step Equation Word Problems Quiz as well for a better understanding of the concepts.

Two-step equation word problems mean when a world problem expresses algebraic equations. The solution to these equations is determined in two steps. The aim of practicing 2 step equation word problems is to enhance students’ understanding of word problems and algebraic expressions. It also helps them understand how algebraic expressions are related to real words.

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### What teachers are saying about BytelearnWhat teachers are saying  Stephen Abate
19-year math teacher
Carmel, CA
Any math teacher that I know would love to have access to ByteLearn.  Jennifer Maschino
4-year math teacher
Summerville, SC
“I love that ByteLearn helps reduce a teacher’s workload and engages students through an interactive digital interface.”  Rodolpho Loureiro
Dean, math program manager, principal
Miami, FL
“ByteLearn provides instant, customized feedback for students—a game-changer to the educational landscape.”