Lesson 41: Parentheses, Exponents, and Calculators
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Mental Math and Fluency  Did you use this activity?
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Math Message  Did you use this activity?
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Reviewing Exponents  Did you use this activity?
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Using a Calculator  Did you use this activity?
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Playing Ratio Memory Match  Did you use this activity?
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Math Boxes 41  Did you use this activity?
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Home Link 41  Did you use this activity?
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Readiness: Deciding on Order of Operations  Did you use this activity?
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Enrichment: Representing Numbers with Scientific Notation  Did you use this activity?
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Extra Practice: Using Your Calculator with Exponents  Did you use this activity?
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