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**Free worksheets for simplifying algebraic expressions**

With this worksheet generator, you can make printable worksheets for simplifying variable expressions for pre-algebra and algebra 1 courses. The expressions include ones where you need to combine like terms (such as 2*t* − 9 − 6*t* + 2), use the distributive property (such as 9 − 2(*x* + 7)), and to multiply and divide monomials, such as 2*x*^{2} · (−5*x*^{3}) and −4*x*^{2} · *y*^{2} / 3*x*^{5}.

To customize the worksheets, you can control the number of problems, difficulty level, range of numbers used as coefficients and constants, the usage of decimals, the amount of workspace, a border around the problems, and additional instructions.

With level 1 problems, you can additionally exclude the usage of negative integers (keep everything nonnegative).

Here are some quick links for ready worksheets. Refresh the worksheet page to get another of the same kind, until you are happy with the problems & layout.

Combine like terms - level 1

Combine like terms - level 2

Combine like terms and the distributive property - Level 1

Combine like terms and the distributive property - levels 1 & 2

Multiply and divide monomials (expressions with exponents)

Simplify various expressions - no negative numbers

Simplify various expressions (incl. negative numbers)

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