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Interpreting Numerical Expressions

Unit 2: Operations & Algebraic Thinking
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT interpret & compare numerical expressions without evaluating them.

Big Idea: Determine the inventory of water bottles for the tennis match!

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Subject(s):
Math, order of operations, evaluate expressions
  60 minutes
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