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Mission Almost Impossible ÷ x + © Richard A. Medeiros 2004 next
Confusion Reigns Math World x 8 9 ÷ 3 © Richard A. Medeiros 2004 next
You have been selected to complete a very important mission. Math World needs your help. The evil, sinister Dark Cloud of Confusion is attempting to disrupt the orders of operation. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to bring order back to the numbers. This message will self destruct in two seconds. Good luck! © Richard A. Medeiros 2004 next
AcceptDecline © Richard A. Medeiros 2004
Your Orders of Operation © Richard A. Medeiros 2004 next
( Do what is in parentheses first. ) First Order © Richard A. Medeiros 2004 next
Second Order Do powers and roots. © Richard A. Medeiros 2004 next
Third Order Multiply or divide from left to right. © Richard A. Medeiros 2004 next
Add or subtract from left to right. Final Order © Richard A. Medeiros 2004 next
Now that you have your orders, you must complete your mission. © Richard A. Medeiros 2004 next
Your first assignment is to solve this problem that Confusion has twisted x ( ) © Richard A. Medeiros 2004
Excellent Work x ( ) x ( 5 ) Assignment Click next Assignment. 34 © Richard A. Medeiros 2004
Confusion Reigns x ( ) x ( 5 ) Click next assignment 34 © Richard A. Medeiros 2004
Your second assignment is to solve this problem by adding the correct sign of operation x ( 8 ? 2 ) = 51 x-+
Well Done Assignment Click next assignment x ( 8 ? 2 ) = x ( ) = x ( 8 x 2 ) = x ( ) = 51 © Richard A. Medeiros 2004
More Confusion Assignment Click next assignment x ( 8 ? 2 ) = x ( ) = x ( 8 x 2 ) = x ( ) = 51 © Richard A. Medeiros 2004
Your next assignment is to solve this problem by adding a digit to complete the order of operation. 9 x 7 + ( 8 x ? ) =
Marvelous Assignment Click next assignment. 9 x 7 + ( 8 x ? ) = 95 9 x 7 + ( 8 x 4 ) = 95 9 x 7 + ( 8 x 5 ) = x 7 + ( 8 x 6 ) = 111 © Richard A. Medeiros 2004
Still Some Confusion Assignment Click next assignment. 9 x 7 + ( 8 x ? ) = 95 9 x 7 + ( 8 x 4 ) = 95 9 x 7 + ( 8 x 5 ) = x 7 + ( 8 x 6 ) = 111 © Richard A. Medeiros 2004
Your final assignment is to solve this problem using the correct order of operations x 3 = ? © Richard A. Medeiros 2004
Problem Solved x x Assignment Completed © Richard A. Medeiros 2004
Total Confusion Reassigned x x © Richard A. Medeiros 2004
Your mission is complete! You have saved Math World from the sinister Confusion that tries to cloud every math operation. Math World Saved ! is © Richard A. Medeiros 2004
Your mission was unsuccessful! You must study your orders of operation to rid Math World still covered by the Dark Cloud. Try Again © Richard A. Medeiros 2004
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