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Warm Up: Tuesday

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Today I will learn… Order of Operations

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Homework Corrections Kuta Worksheet Workbook, Page 1

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Order of Operations ( ) + X - 4343

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The Order of Operations tells us how to do a math problem with more than one operation, in the correct order.

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P lease E xcuse M y D ear A unt S ally This will help to you to remember the order of operations.

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Add + Subtract - Multiply x Divide Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally P E MDMD ASAS Parentheses ( ) Exponents 4 3

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Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally Parentheses ( ) Always do parentheses 1 st.

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Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally Exponents 4 3 Always do Exponents 2 nd.

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Multiply x Divide Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally Do multiplication and division 3 rd, from left to right.

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Add + Subtract - Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally Do addition and subtraction 4th, from left to right.

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Let’s Try Some Problems!

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PEMDAS 3+2 3 - (9+1) 3+2 3 - 10 3+8-10 11-10 1

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PEMDAS 3 (9+1) + 6 2 3(10)+6 2 3(10)+36 30+36 66

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PEMDAS 64 (9 x 3-19) 64 (27 –19) 64 8 8

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Game Rules Face cards = 10. Ace = 1. Red = negative. Black = positive. 1. Each person is dealt 7 cards. 2. Draw one card, either from the top of the draw pile or the top of the discard pile. A player may choose to draw more than the top card from the discard pile but must take all the cards on top of it and must play that bottom card in a zip during that turn. 3. Play any zeros. (2 or more cards that equal zero) 4. Discard one card, adding it (face up) to the top of the discard pile. The card should be placed so that the cards below can still be seen. The previous discards are still available for play.

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Homework Page 3-4 (Workbook) Define PEMDAS (in your INB)

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