# Algebra

The resources described below can be easily and securely downloaded from my Irby Maths Shop. The links given in the description of my resources link to my Irby Maths Shop.

Alternatively, if you prefer, please download these resources from my Irby Maths TES Shop on a website run by The Times Educational Supplement.

Simplifications – 36 questions up to GCSE level on the simplification of algebraic expressions. Answers are included. This resource (on 2 A4 pages) is FREE to download.

If you like this resource and would like some additional practice, then please have a look at Algebraic Expressions: Meaning and Simplification. This extensive resource on 24 A4 pages contains notes, worked examples and 195 questions in 9 exercises (with answers). This resource is suitable for the beginner and goes up to GCSE level.

Substitutions – 30 questions up to GCSE level on the substitution of numbers into algebraic expressions. Answers are included. This resource (on 2 A4 pages) is FREE to download.

If you like this resource and would like some additional practice, then please have a look at Substitution of Numbers into Algebraic Expressions. This extensive resource on 12 A4 pages contains notes, worked examples and 133 questions in five exercises (with answers). This resource is suitable for the beginner and goes up to GCSE level.

Save 55% on the cost of purchasing four of my algebraic resources separately!

Algebra Bundle – notes, worked examples and questions ranging in standard from beginner up to GCSE level. A total of 506 questions in 24 exercises (answers are included). This resource consists of four separate files:

1. Algebraic Expressions: Meaning and Simplification

2. Substitution of Numbers into Algebraic Expressions

3. Solving Linear Equations

4. Solving Simultaneous Equations (Elimination Method).

Purchased separately, these four titles would cost a total of £7.20 but they can be bought as a bundle for only £3.25.

Algebraic Expressions: Meaning and Simplification – worked examples, 195 questions in 9 exercises (with separate answers).  This resource contains an introduction to the use of algebraic notation, simplification of expressions (including fractional expressions) and the use and expansion of brackets.

Early exercises are suitable for the beginner. Exercise H on the simplification of fractional algebraic expressions and Exercise I on proving identities are more demanding topics at GCSE.

This resource can be downloaded as part of my Algebra Bundle (see above) or click this link to download Algebraic Expressions: Meaning and Simplification from my Irby Maths Shop for £1.80.

If you would like to try a FREE resource, then please have a look at “Simplifications” in Irby Maths Shop. This resource (a pdf on 2 A4 pages) contains 36 questions up to GCSE level on the simplification of algebraic expressions.

Substitution of Numbers into Algebraic Expressions – worked examples and 133 questions in five exercises illustrating the substitution of positive and negative numbers into algebraic expressions. Answers included.

This unit of work (a pdf on 12 A4 pages) is suitable for self-study and ranges from beginner up to GCSE level.

This resource can be downloaded as part of my Algebra Bundle (see above) or click this link to download Substitution of Numbers into Algebraic Expressions from my Irby Maths Shop for £1.80.

If you would like to try a FREE resource, then please have a look at “Substitutions” in Irby Maths Shop. This resource (a pdf on 2 A4 pages) contains 30 questions up to GCSE level on the substitution of numbers into algebraic expressions. The questions in this free resource are similar to the questions in Exercise D of my premium resource.

Solving Equations – worked examples and 115 questions up to GCSE level.

The method of solving equations is introduced with easy examples and extended to equations where the variable is on both sides and equations involving brackets. A section on solving worded problems requiring the formation of an equation and a section on solving fractional algebraic equations are included.

This unit of work (a pdf on 24 A4 pages) is suitable for self-study and ranges from beginner to GCSE standard. The questions are arranged in six exercises (with answers).

This resource can be downloaded as part of my Algebra Bundle (see above) or click this link to download Solving Equations from my Irby Maths Shop for £1.80.