We look at simple EXPRESSIONS or "number sentences" that use several operations at once. First, the task is to write an expression that matches a verbal sentence, such as "subtract the product of 10 and 6 from 100". Lastly we have to figure out which of the given expressions matches the real-life situation.
This lesson is meant for 4th grade math. The 1st part of the lesson deals with the order of operations and is found here: https://youtu.be/WJtLBzBLElY
Tagged under: 4th grade,math,expression,number sentence,operations
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