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Order Of Operations Period 1

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Definition

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Definition An order of numbers that go by the rules of: ParenthesesExponents Multiplication & Division (Left to Right) Addition & Subtraction (Left to Right) (Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally)

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My Example

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Example #1 2 3 x (4+2) + 3 4 =y First do the Parenthesis (4+2) =6 Then the Exponents 2 3 =8, and 3 4 =81 Now the problem is 8 x 6 + 81 = y Multiply 8 x 6 = 48 Then add 48 + 81 y = 129

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How to do it on a calculator

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How to do it on a Calculator 7 3 +(8x9)-45=p First do Parenthesis, (8x9)=72 Next do 7, three times 7x7x7= 343 Next find out the new equation which is 343+72-45=p 343+72=415 415-45=370 p =370

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Question

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Question 28+(97-3 4 )-(5x7)=p Use The Order Of Operations: ParenthesisExponents Multiplication & Division Addition & Subtraction

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Answer

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Answer 28+16-35=p 28 28+16 44 44 - 35 09 = p 09 = p

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Definition From 6th Grade Math Book Help From Mr. Imamura

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