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# Solving One Step Equations SpeedDrills

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```Solving
One-step
Equations
Speed Drills
Solving 1&shy;step Equations
Speed Drill #1
Solving 1&shy;step Equations
Speed Drill #1
Name ________________________________
Name ________________________________
Date ___________________ Per ________
Date ____________________ Per ________
Time: ____________
Time: ____________
# Correct: ____________
# Correct: ____________
1. x – 8 = –5
2. x + 6 = –4
1. x – 8 = –5
2. x + 6 =–4
3. x + 9 = 3
4. x – 3 = 9
3. x + 9 = 3
4. x – 3 = 9
5. x – 8 = –5
6. x + 1 = –10
5. x – 8 = –5
6. x + 1 = –10
7. x + 5 = 4
8. x – 7 = 2
7. x + 5 = 4
8. x – 7 = 2
9. x – 2 = –7
10. x + 1 = –5
9. x – 2 = –7
10. x + 1 = –5
11. x + 4 = 6
12. x – 8 = 7
11. x + 4 = 6
12. x – 8 = 7
13. x – 6 = –3
14. x + 5 = –8
13. x – 6 = –3
14. x + 5 = –8
15. x + 3 = –1
16. x + 10 = 3
15. x + 3 = –1
16. x + 10 = 3
Solving 1&shy;step Equations
Speed Drill #2
Solving 1&shy;step Equations
Speed Drill #2
Name ________________________________
Name ________________________________
Date ___________________ Per ________
Date ____________________ Per ________
Time: ____________
Time: ____________
# Correct: ____________
# Correct: ____________
1. –3x = 15
2. –4x = 36
1. –3x = 15
2. –4x = 36
3. 7x = –49
4. –2x = –10
3. 7x = –49
4. –2x = –10
5. 5x = –40
6. –6x = –18
5. 5x = –40
6. –6x = –18
7. 3x = –9
8. –4x = 28
7. 3x = –9
8. –4x = 28
9. –5x = –20
10. 9x = –18
9. –5x = –20
10. 9x = –18
11. –6x = –30
12. –x = 9
11. –6x = –30
12. –x = 9
13. –3x = –12
14. –7x = 21
13. –3x = –12
14. –7x = 21
15. –11x = 22
16. –8x = 40
15. –11x = 22
16. –8x = 40
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Solving 1&shy;step Equations
Speed Drill #3
Solving 1&shy;step Equations
Speed Drill #3
Name ________________________________
Name ________________________________
Date ___________________ Per ________
Date ____________________ Per ________
Time: ____________
Time: ____________
# Correct: ____________
# Correct: ____________
1.
x
3 =5
3.
x
4 = –7
€ 5.
−
x
5 = –7
€
4.
x
10 = –3
6.
x
8 = –2
x
7 = –6
7.
x
2 =9
€ 8.
€ 9.
x
6 = –3
x
−
€ 10.
4 = –9
€
x
€ 11. − 9 = 4
€
13.
x
7 = –2
x
−
€ 15. 6 = 8
€
€
2.
x
− =4
6
€
x
12. 3 = –4
x
−
14.
€
5=6
€
€
x
−
16. 2 =–5
€
1.
x
3 =5
3.
x
4 = –7
€ 5.
€
€
−
x
5 = –7
x
10 = –3
6.
x
8 = –2
x
7 = –6
x
2 =9
€ 8.
9.
x
6 = –3
x
−
€ 10.
4 = –9
13.
x
7 = –2
x
−
€ 15. 6 = 8
€
€
4.
7.
x
€ 11. − 9 = 4
€
€
2.
x
− =4
6
€
x
12. 3 = –4
x
−
14.
€
5=6
€
€
x
−
16. 2 = –5
Answer Keys
Drill #1
Drill # 2
1.
3
2.
‐10
3.
‐6
4.
12
5.
3
6.
‐11
7.
‐1
8.
9
9.
‐5
10.
‐6
11.
2
12.
15
13.
3
14.
‐13
15.
‐4
16.
‐7
1.
‐5
2.
‐9
3.
‐7
4.
5
5.
‐8
6.
3
7.
‐3
8.
‐7
9.
4
10.
‐2
11.
5
12.
‐9
13.
4
14.
‐3
15.
‐2
16.
‐5
Drill # 3
1.
15
2.
‐24
3.
‐28
4.
‐30
5.
35
6.
‐16
7.
18
8.
‐42
9.
‐18
10.
36
11.
‐36
12.
‐12
13.
‐14
14.
‐30
15.
‐48
16.
10
Directions for Teacher:
You only need to run off enough copies for half your class since there are two
identical drills per page. Cut them apart and pass out as a warm&shy;up, quiz,
practice, or time filler activity. Students can trade and grade and self&shy;report, or
you can collect and score.
I often write the problems on index cards and have the students try the problems
mentally with me first. Then I give them permission to do the problems in their
head on the timed drill. (I do warn them however, that they must show the steps
on their homework.) I tell my students that good algebra students can work and
check problems in their head and show steps on paper when required.
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