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You’ll learn to evaluate expressions using the order of operations.
Example Knowing the order of operations will help you find the total cost of adults’ and children’s admissions to the zoo.
Number 1 - Do all operations within group symbols first. This includes parenthesis and brackets.
Number 2 - Work all problems that have exponents. Begin from Left to Right.
Number 3 - Multiply or Divide (which ever comes first from Left to Right).
Number 4 - Add or Subtract (which ever comes first from Left to Right).
Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally! This will help you learn the order of operations.
1. (8+3)-5 2. 14-(19-19) 3. 5x8-3x4 4. 3+5x4 5. (24-10)-3x3 6. 4(22-18)-3x5 7. 3(18-12)-(5-3)
1. 6 4. 23 6. 1 2. 14 5. 5 7. 16 3. 24 Created By:Lynn Husen & Pat Layton Maury Middle Dandridge, TN
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Evaluate Is your answer 33 or 19? You can get 2 different answers depending on which operation you did first. We want everyone to get the same.
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