I created this inverse operations graphic organizer for my Algebra 1 students to glue in their interactive notebooks at the beginning of our unit on solving equations.

The notes at the bottom were my attempt at helping my students who were having trouble determining if a number was being added, subtracted, or multiplied in an equation. I don’t know if it helped or not.

## Updated Version of Inverse Operations Graphic Organizer

In 2017, I created an updated version of this inverse operations graphic organizer.

## Free Download of Inverse Operations Graphic Organizer

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Updated Version:

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Caitlin Panter

Tuesday 2nd of November 2021

I just wanted to say this really helped my 7th grade students to understand the inverse operations as we introduce equations to them. And bonus- my admin LOVED the visual aid, and gave me praise for using this. Thank you for sharing such great resources.

Sarah Carter

Wednesday 3rd of November 2021

That is so great to hear Caitlin!