# Order of Operations Next By: Rebecca Olinger. You all know how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide. Next.

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Order of Operations Next By: Rebecca Olinger

You all know how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide. Next

But what happens when all of those operations are in the same math problem? Next

There is a phrase we use to help us remember the order of operations… Next

Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally! Next

Please 1. Solve inside parentheses ( ) Next

For Example: 10 + (5 - 4) x 3 10 + 1 x 3 Next

My Dear 2. Multiply or Divide from left to right. Next

For Example: 10 + (5 - 4) x 3 10 + 1 x 3 10 + 3 Next

Aunt Sally! 2. Add or Subtract from left to right. Next

For Example: 10 + (5 - 4) x 3 10 + 1 x 3 10 + 3 13 Next

Now it is your turn to try! Next

What should I solve first in 5 x 3 – (2 + 2) ? 5 x 3 2 + 2 3 - 2 5 + 2

That is correct! You remembered that you solve inside the parentheses ( ) first! Next

Good Try, but remember to Pardon My Dear Aunt Sally! Try Again

What should I solve first in 6 + 4 x 3? 4 x 3 6 + 3 6 + 4 10 x 3

That is correct! You remembered to multiply and divide before you add and subtract! Next

Good Try, but remember to Pardon My Dear Aunt Sally! Try Again

Solve: (5 + 2) x 6 17 32 42 16

That is correct! You remembered the Order of Operations! Next

Good Try, but remember to Pardon My Dear Aunt Sally! Try Again

Solve: (20 + 2) - 6 8 10 12 16

That is correct! You remembered the Order of Operations! Next

Good Try, but remember to Pardon My Dear Aunt Sally! Try Again

Solve: 48 ÷ (8 - 2) + 4 8 10 12 17

That is correct! You remembered the Order of Operations! Next

Good Try, but remember to Pardon My Dear Aunt Sally! Try Again

Solve: 18 – (6 x 1) x 2 6 24 4 16

That is correct! You remembered the Order of Operations! Next

Good Try, but remember to Pardon My Dear Aunt Sally! Try Again

Good Job! You now know a lot about the Order of Operations!

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