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# Evaluating Numerical Expressions with Parentheses Worksheets

Give children a huge arithmetic heft with our printable evaluating numerical expressions with parentheses worksheets and help them simplify arithmetic expressions with one or more parenthetical parts and nested parentheses. These pdfs are recommended for students in grade 5, grade 6, and grade 7. The exercises here feature expressions involving parentheses and whole-number, integer, fractional, and decimal terms. Take advantage of our free worksheets before you go full-on!

Two Operators with No Exponents

Let 5th grade children bounce from good to great at identifying a pair of parentheses in an expression! Once identified, the parentheses take priority over the default DMAS order in the simplification process.

The name of the game is PEMDAS! Use the PEMDAS order to evaluate expressions with parentheses and exponents apart from the usual operators. Simplify integers raised to powers within parentheses, too!

Where will you start if there are parentheses within parentheses? Evaluate the expressions here and banish confusion! Start simplifying at the innermost parentheses and move on to the outermost.

Nested Parentheses with Exponents - Level 2

The three difficulty levels in these pdfs help hugely assess simplifying expressions having exponents within nested parentheses. Work from the inside out and evaluate expressions with parenthetical parts.

Compare two numerical expressions involving parentheses with these printable worksheets! Reduce them to values and ascertain if they are equal to or not equal to if one is <, >, and = the other, and match equivalent expressions.

Put yourself at a numerical advantage with these evaluating numerical expressions with parentheses worksheets! Rearrange the given equation to make the missing/unknown term the subject and solve.

These missing operator worksheets provide 6th grade and 7th grade students with some great math solace. Follow PEMDAS and fill in the missing operator (+, -, x, or ÷) that makes the statement true.

Make the most of this exciting combined review where arithmetic expressions with fractions, decimals, integer terms and parentheses are at play. Pursue the order of operations and evaluate them.