Think back to the last time you solved a one-step equation. Was it middle school? How well were you actually paying attention to your algebra teachers? Take these 12 quiz questions and find out if you can still solve a one-step equation with ease!

START THE QUIZ!## Question 1/12

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27=15+n; solve for n.

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## Question 2/12

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30=k+23; solve for k.

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30

## Question 3/12

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29=p+20; solve for p.

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## Question 4/12

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X + 8 = 15; solve for X.

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## Question 5/12

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Y - 3 = -5; solve for Y.

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## Question 6/12

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B + 24 =19; solve for B.

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## Question 7/12

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p−18=3, solve for p.

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## Question 8/12

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m − 1 = 6; solve for m.

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## Question 9/12

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3x = 12; solve for X.

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36

## Question 10/12

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w − 3 = 3; solve for w.

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## Question 11/12

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24=y+19; solve for y.

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## Question 12/12

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k+11=27; solve for k.

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Let's face it- most of us don't even think of algebra once we step out of the doors of our middle school or high school. You're not an exception! Much like your fellow peers, you let equations and numbers slip from your mind as soon as you could. Though you didn't pass, you're most definitely not alone!

## C+, One-step Challenge

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You're one step savvy! You obviously paid attention in your middle school algebra classes. Not only can you still do a one-step equation with ease, but we suspect this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to your one-step knowledge!

## B+, One-step Savvy

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You're a total one-step wonder! Were you a straight A student in middle school? That's not exactly surprising. You excelled at algebra back in the day and you're still killing the numbers game as an adult. Few people can do a one-step equation as well as you can. Go ahead, brag a little.

## A+, One-step Wonder

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1

27=15+n; solve for n.

6

12

18

2

30=k+23; solve for k.

7

23

30

3

29=p+20; solve for p.

3

6

9

4

X + 8 = 15; solve for X.

7

-7

23

5

Y - 3 = -5; solve for Y.

-2

-5

2

6

B + 24 =19; solve for B.

5

-5

11

7

p−18=3, solve for p.

3

7

21

8

m − 1 = 6; solve for m.

7

21

48

9

3x = 12; solve for X.

4

-4

36

10

w − 3 = 3; solve for w.

6

12

18

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24=y+19; solve for y.

5

10

15

12

k+11=27; solve for k.

16

11

22