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# Numerical Expression Evaluation

## Use properties of equality and order of operations.

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## Numerical Expression Evaluation with Basic Operations

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Learn to use the order of operations to evaluate numerical expressions.
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## Numerical Expression Evaluation with Grouping Symbols

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Learn to use the order of operations to evaluate numerical expressions with parentheses and powers.
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## Order of Operations with Positive Real Numbers

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This concept reviews the standard order of operations for arithmetic calculations.
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## Expression Evaluation with Basic Operations

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Find out how to evaluate variable expressions involving the four basic operations.
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## Four operations with Money - Example 1

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## Four operations with Money - Example 2

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Using two operations with money
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## Money Challenge Problems - Example 1

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Money Word Problems
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## Money Challenge Problems - Example 2

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Find the cost' word problems
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## MDAS I - Example 1

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## Example 3: Evaluate the Answer using Order of Operations

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Provides a third example of evaluating an expression using the order of operations.
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## PMDAS I - Example 1

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## PMDAS II - Example 1

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Addition and Subtraction with Parentheses - missing number.
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## PMDAS Challenge - Example 1

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Place the missing parentheses to make the equation true?
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## Understanding the Distributive Property Word Problems - Example 1

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Distributive Property Multiplication Problems
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## Understanding the Distributive Property Word Problems - Example 2

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Distributive Property Division Problems
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## 1 - 2 Step Word Problems I - Example 1

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1 -Step Division
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## Word Problems with charts and formulas - Example 1

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number = (difference) Ã· (times bigger - 1)
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## Multi-step Multi-operation word problems - Example 1

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Amount Remaining
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