Do you know your geometric sequences from your nth term? Can you use linear and quadratic graphs to estimate values of y for given values of x and vice versa and to find approximate solutions of simultaneous linear equations? Of course you can. But can your students?

For a quick way to find out here are some free and easy-to-use worksheets (digital or printable) for your class that cover a number of requirements in the algebraic area of the maths curriculum.

1 | Simplify and manipulate algebraic expressions

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2 | Understanding inequalities

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3 | Satisfying inequalities algebra questions

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4 | Using algebraic fractions worksheet

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5 | Finding the Nth term

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6 | Working with coordinates

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7 | Working with coordinates in all four quadrants

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8 | Producing straight line graphs

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9 | Quadratic Sequences

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10 | Solving quadratic equations


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