# Ch 10: 5th Grade Math: Simplifying Whole Number Expressions

Video lessons in this chapter cover methods for simplifying addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division expressions. Use them along with the multiple-choice quizzes to help your 5th grade student excel in his or her math class.

## 5th Grade Math: Simplifying Whole Number Expressions - Chapter Summary

Teach your 5th grade student how to simplify whole number expressions so that they're easier to solve. The video lessons and multiple-choice quizzes found in this chapter can help students develop the arithmetic skills they'll need to do well in this unit as well as those covering advanced math topics, such as algebraic expressions and combinations.

## Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
How to Simplify an Addition Expression Students learn how to simplify addition expressions using the correct order of operations.
How to Simplify a Subtraction Expression This lesson discusses the order of operations for simplifying subtraction expressions.
How to Simplify a Multiplication Expression Students examine the order of operations used to simplify multiplication expressions.
How to Simplify a Division Expression Instructors demonstrate the order of operations for simplifying division expressions.
How to Simplify an Expression with Parentheses & Exponents Students apply what they've learned in the previous lessons to simplify more complicated expressions containing exponents and parentheses.

5 Lessons in Chapter 10: 5th Grade Math: Simplifying Whole Number Expressions
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