### Student Page 1.3.6 Interpreting Expressions

I am making apple pie and apple turnovers. One recipe calls for 2 apples. The other recipe calls for 3 apples. I'm making 5 recipes of each dessert. How many apples do I need? |
\(2 + ( 3 \times 5 )\) |

I have 2 one-dollar bills and 3 five-dollar bills. How much money do I have? |
\(( 2 + 3 ) \times 5\) |

Mom lets me keep any money I find when I clean the house. She also quadruples any money I find to pay me for my work. I found $2 in the couch and $3 in my dad's jacket. How much money will I have after Mom pays me? |
\(2 + 3 \times 5\) |

I need 2 cups of almond flour to make a batch of pancakes and 3 cups of almond flour to make a cake. I'm going to make 5 cakes and 1 batch of pancakes. How much flour will I need? |
\(2 + 3 + ( 2 + 3 ) \times 4\) |

#### 1.

Decide which numeric expression best fits each story. Be ready to defend your choices.

#### 2.

Decide which numeric expressions, if any, represent the same value.