Evaluating Expressions with Parentheses Worksheets
Explore our free printable evaluating expressions with parentheses worksheets and let your math wizards simplify expressions involving up to two distinct parenthetical parts with a success worth emulating! As they set priorities on the operations involved in an expression, parentheses help an expression breathe easy. Completing the three levels of exercises encompassing expressions with only parentheses and those with parentheses and exponents, students understand how these grouping symbols alter the default order in which an expression is evaluated. This simplification session helps morph children into more numerically refined versions of themselves!
These evaluating expressions worksheet pdfs containing parentheses provide prolific practice for 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade students.
CCSS: 5.OA, 6.EE
Gain foundational practice of simplifying expressions with parentheses with this exercise for grade 5 and grade 6. Each expression contains a single pair of parentheses and two operators. Simplify the parentheses first and move on to the other operations.
Boast exemplary simplification skills by working with expressions with three operators in this moderate worksheet. Evaluate the parentheses, perform the other operations in order, and obtain the integer values of expressions.
Be a coming-of-age maestro of evaluating expressions with parentheses by solving this printable difficult worksheet presenting two parenthetical portions and up to 5 operations in each expression for evaluation.
Be an expressions epicurean with this free worksheet on finding the value of the expressions involving parentheses and exponents! Evaluate the exponents within and outside the parentheses, and reduce the expression to a numerical value.
Watch your evaluating-expressions skills soar from infancy to maturity with this moderate pdf worksheet covering expressions with 2 or 3 operators, more than one pair of parentheses, and an exponential notation! Follow the PEMDAS rule to a tee.
Let not the simplifying-expressions flourish of children in grade 7 and grade 8 be at the expense of accuracy! They perform the operation within the two parentheses, follow the order of operations to evaluate the rest, and arrive at a numerical value.