# Algebra - Mixed Practice Overview

Lesson Plans > Mathematics > Algebra > Mixed Content## Algebra - Mixed Practice Overview

Below you will find a link to all of the worksheet sets in the "mixed practice" category. The purpose of these worksheets is to supplement standard textbooks, which tend to focus on one subject at a time, with the unintended consequence that subjects which haven't been mentioned in a few weeks get forgotten.

These worksheets can be used regularly in your classroom (maybe one per week, as your students progress through the course), or as an occasional supplement when you recognize that there is a topic or two that your students need more practice on. Most of the worksheets have a "focus" - that is, one subject that appears as a larger percentage of the content. Two or three other topics will appear as well. For example, worksheet 6.1 has a primary focus of factoring difference of squares/perfect squares quadratics, but the worksheet also contains LCM, GCF, fraction manipulation, and word problems.

Care has been taken to follow a fairly standard scope and sequence, so review materials truly are review. In some cases, where sequence varies from curriculum to curriculum, we avoid including some items in the "review" part of the worksheets. For example, some curricula do quadratic equations before systems of equations, and some reverse that order. Thus, while there are worksheets that focus on quadratics, and worksheets that focus on systems, neither topic appears in the review section of the other topic's worksheets.

On this page, only the main focus of the worksheet is listed; click the link to see a more detailed overview of each worksheet.

## Mixed Practice #1 - Pre-Algebra

Worksheet 1.1 - Basic pre-algebra concepts

Worksheet 1.2 - Basic pre-algebra concepts

Worksheet 1.3 - Turning phrases into arithmetic expressions and evaluating

## Mixed Practice #2 - Including Algebraic Expressions

Worksheet 2.1 - Converting simple phrases to algebraic expressions

Worksheet 2.2 - Combining like terms

Worksheet 2.3 - Converting phrases to algebraic expressions and simplifying

## Mixed Practice #3 - Including Linear Equations

Worksheet 3.1 - Writing equations

Worksheet 3.2 - Writing and solving equations

Worksheet 3.3 - Writing and solving equations

## Mixed Practice #4 - Polynomial Manipulation

Worksheet 4.1 - Adding and subtracting polynomials

Worksheet 4.2 - Multiplying polynomials

## Mixed Practice #5 - Factoring

Worksheet 5.1 - Factoring difference of squares and perfect squares

Worksheet 5.2 - Factoring general quadratics

Worksheet 5.3 - Multi-step factoring problems

## Mixed Practice #6 - Quadratic Equations

Worksheet 6.1 - Solving quadratics (no rearranging)

Worksheet 6.2 - Solving quadratics

Worksheet 6.3 - Solving quadratic word problems

Worksheet 6.4 - Solving mixed quadratic and linear word problems

## Mixed Practice #7 - Rational Expressions

Worksheet 7.1 - Reducing algebraic fractions

Worksheet 7.2 - Multiplying and dividing algebraic fractions

Worksheet 7.3 - Finding the LCM of algebraic expressions

Worksheet 7.4 - Adding and subtracting algebraic fractions

Worksheet 7.5 - Simplifying complex fractions

Worksheet 7.6 - Solving rational equations

## Mixed Practice #8 - Systems of Equations

Worksheet 8.1 - Solving systems of equations

Worksheet 8.2 - Indeterminate and inconsistent systems

Worksheet 8.3 - Fractional systems of equations

Worksheet 8.4 - Systems word problems

## Mixed Practice #9 - Radical Expressions

Worksheet 9.1 - Simplifying radical expressions

Worksheet 9.2 - Simplifying radical denominators

Worksheet 9.3 - Solving radical equations

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