## KS3 Maths- Algebra:Collecting like terms worksheet

Collecting like terms. Objective: to be able to simplify expressions by collecting like terms. suitable for homework or classwork. A nothing fancy worksheet, maybe a good starting off point for the topic, starter has negative number questions. Let me know what you think

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