# Order of Operations. When given a problem such as… 10 + 5 – 3 ÷ 3 9 – 2 = If there were no rules in math, there would be many ways that we could solve.

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1 Order of Operations

2 When given a problem such as… – 3 ÷ 3 9 – 2 = If there were no rules in math, there would be many ways that we could solve this equation. So for us to find the solution that is desired we must solve using the correct ORDER OF OPERATIONS

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7 Or Simply Remember…

8 So Lets Try Some Problems… a. 9 – =

9 So Lets Try Some Problems… b. (6 + 8) ÷ 2 =

10 c. (14 – 5 + 6) (4 1) =

11 d. ((8 + 2) 3) + 6 =

12 Write a short paragraph using the following words… Repeated, Left-To-Right, Order of Operations, & Exponents

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