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Simplify an expression involving nested parentheses and integers

Unit 8: Expressions and Equations
Lesson 16 of 25

Objective: SWBAT simplify expressions involving nested parentheses and integers.

Big Idea: With or without the calculator, students will need a strong understanding of order of operations to grapple through these expressions. Pump it up a bit and see what they can do without the calculator first.

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Math, order of operations, Integers, Number Sense and Operations, Expressions (Algebra), complex fractions, rational numbers, nested parentheses, Algebraic expressions, evaluating expressions with nested parentheses, scientific calculators
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