Straight to the point, learners are asked to compare a set of five expressions, determine which are equivalent, and then write equivalent equations for those that do not have any. A benefit is that they will review using properties of operations with the expressions. This activity was designed for and successfully meets one of the sixth grade math Common Core standards. You will find a commentary attached that provides a detailed explanation of the solution.

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