## Applying what you've learned - Section 1: Warm Up

Applying what you've learned

# Order of Operations

Unit 1: Numerical Expressions and Patterns
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## Big Idea: When students know to simplify expressions before stressing, they will find complex expressions can be simple when taken one piece at a time.

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### Julie Kelley

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