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Order of operations (Math 5) 
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Calculator activity involving order of operations.
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Number Theory

Order of operations (Math 5) 
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Collection of illustrated descriptions intended to develop order of operations and properties of addition and multiplication. Includes questions for students to work out, with automated feedback.
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Make 24 If You Can

Order of operations (Math 5) 
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This is an Excel spreadsheet that implements a game similar to the cardbased 24 Game by Suntex International Inc. The game presents four digits at random. The challenge is to devise a numerical exp...
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Number Line Arithmetic

Order of operations (Math 5) 
Java Applet 
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This virtual manipulative can be used to depict whole number addition, subtraction, multiplication and division operations carried out on a numberline.
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Order of Operations

Order of operations (Math 5) 
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The user reviews the rules for the order of operations for a given expression. After viewing examples, users can interactively practice evaluating expressions following the rules for the order of oper...
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5 Dice: Order of Operations Ga...

Order of operations (Math 5) 
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5 Dice: Order of Operations Game is a math app intended for upper elementary and middle school students that helps students enjoy practicing their order of operations. The game encourages students to ...
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Everyday Mathematics® Name Tha...

Order of operations (Math 5) 
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This game offers a way to practice computation and order of operations. Players use five number tiles to build number sentences that equal a target number. Players can name the target number by adding...
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