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Order of Operations and Exponents

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100 200 400 300 400 Exponents PEMDAS translatingSolution? 300 200 400 200 100 500 100

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Row 1, Col 1 6³6³ 216

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1,2 5 + 6(2) 17

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1,3 Translate: Three times a number, Increased by 22 3x + 22 or 22 + 3x

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1,4 Is x = 5 a solution for 3x – 6 = 9 yes

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2,1 ( ¾)³ 27/64

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2,2 4(8) – 6(2) 20

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2,3 The quotient of a number and 12 is 36 (x/12) = 36

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2,4 Evaluate: x = 12, y = 8 and z = 4 X ² -3y + z 124

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3,1 9³9³ 729

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3,2 2 + (5-2) + 4 ² 21

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3,3 One increased by two is the same as The quotient of nine and three 1 + 2 = (9/3)

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3,4 Is x = 1 a solution for 4x = 1 -3x no

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4,1 (1.2) ² 1.44

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4,2 1 · 2 - 1 4 3 6 0

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4,3 Thirteen minus three times A number is 14 13 – 3x = 14

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4,4 X = 12 y= 8 and z = 4 Evaluate X ² + z Y² + 2z 37/18

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5,1 144 ² 20736

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5,2 6 + | 8-2 | + 3 ² 18 - 3 7/5

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5,3 Three is not the same as four divided by two 3 (not equal to sign) 4/2

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5,4 x = 1, y = 3, and z = 5 Evaluate |5y – 2z| + (yx) ³ 37

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