# Multi-Step Equations Practice Problems with Answers

For this exercise, I have prepared **seven** (7) multi-step equations for you to practice. If you feel the need to review the techniques involved in solving multi-step equations, take a short detour to review my other lesson about it. Click the link below to take you there!

1) Solve the multi-step equation for \large{c}.

c - 20 = 4 - 3c

## Answer

Add both sides by 20. Next, add 3c to both sides. Finally, divide both sides by the coefficient of 4c which is 4 to get c=6.

2) Solve the multi-step equation for \large{n}.

- \,4\left( { - 3n - 8} \right) = 10n + 20

## Answer

- Remember to always perform the same operation on both sides of the equation.
- Subtract by 32.
- Subtract by 10n.
- Divide by 2
- The final solution is n=-6.

3) Solve the multi-step equation for \large{y}.

2\left( {4 - y} \right) - 3\left( {y + 3} \right) = - 11

## Answer

Apply twice the Distributive Property of Multiplication over Addition to the left side of the equation. Then combine like terms. Add both sides by 1 followed by dividing both sides of the equation by -5.

4) Solve the multi-step equation for \large{k}.

{\Large{{6k + 4} \over 2}} = 2k - 11

## Answer

Multiply both sides by 2. Next, subtract 4 to both sides. Then, subtract 4k. Finally, divide by 2 to obtain the value of k which is -13.

5) Solve the multi-step equation for \large{x}.

- \left( { - 8 - 3x} \right) = - 2\left( {1 - x} \right) + 6x

## Answer

Apply the Distributive Property on both sides of the equation. Be careful when multiplying expressions with the same or different signs. Next, add 2 to both sides, then subtract 3x, and finally finish it off by dividing 5 to both sides.

6) Solve the multi-step equation for \large{m}.

{\large{3 \over 4}}m - 2\left( {m - 1} \right) = {\large{1 \over 4}}m + 5

## Answer

7) Solve the multi-step equation for \large{x}.

3\left( {3x - 8} \right) - 5\left( {3x - 8} \right) = 4\left( {x - 2} \right) - 6\left( {x - 2} \right)

## Answer

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