Expressions are very important in algebra, and in maths generally. This KS3 Maths quiz deals with interpreting expressions; by this we mean applying algebra to real-life situations. It is worth remembering that the purpose of maths is to eventually be able to use it in real life!
An expression is a mathematical sentence. Mathematical sentences are numbers and symbols grouped together in such a way that they show the value of something. So, in algebra, you can think of an expression as one or a number of mathematical symbols that represent a number or quantity. Expressions can contain any number of numbers, letters and symbols. Even a single number on its own is an expression.
Think you've mastered expressions? Then see how well you can express yourself by playing this quiz! As with any test, take your time, read each question carefully and think about your answer. Good luck!
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