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Order of Operations Chapter 1 Section 2 Part 1 and Part 2
Power A power is used to represent a number that is multiplied by itself numerous times. It includes an exponent and a base.
Exponent and Base The parts of a power 8383 Base Exponent
Simplify Simplify means to perform all operations and reduce the expression to one number or simplest form.
Order of Operations 1.Perform any operations inside grouping symbols. 2.Simplify powers. 3.Multiply and Divide from left to right. 4.Add and subtract from left to right.
Turn To Page 10… Look at Problem 1 Try the “Got It” Problem for that example.
On Page 11… Look at Problem 2 Try the “Got It” problem for that example.
Evaluate Replace each variable with a given number Simplify the expression using order of operations It means to find the solution.
On page 12… Look at Problem 4 Try the “Got It” problem for that section.
On page 13… Try problems #1-8 on your own. Raise your hand when you are finished.
Evaluate this: 6-5x3÷5+1= Order of Operations Main Idea Evaluate expressions using the order of operations.
Vocabulary Chapter 7. For every nonzero number a, a⁰ =
Negative Exponents SWBAT express powers with negative exponents as decimals; express decimals as powers with negative exponents; simplify expressions with.
Exponents Power base exponent means 3 factors of 5 or 5 x 5 x 5.
Base: the number that is multiplied Power: the number that is expressed as the exponent Exponent: tell how many times the base is used as a factor Standard.
WELCOME BACK Y’ALL Chapter 6: Polynomials and Polynomial Functions.
C H 1.2 – O RDER OF O PERATIONS AND E VALUATING E XPRESSIONS.
How do you simplify using order of operations and exponents? Section 1-2.
Exponent Rules Essential Question: How can I simplify and evaluate algebraic equations involving integer exponents?
Copyright © 2012, 2009, 2005, 2002 Pearson Education, Inc. Chapter 2 Fractions.
Order of Operations.
Evaluating a Variable Expression To evaluate a variable expression:
SUBTRACTION OF REAL NUMBERS CHAPTER 1 SECTION 7 MTH Algebra.
Order of Operations 1-2. Objectives Evaluate numerical expressions by using the order of operations Evaluate algebraic expressions by using the order.
Divide. Evaluate power – 3 = – 3 EXAMPLE – 3 = 3 2 – – 3 = 6 – 3 Multiply. Evaluate expressions Multiply and divide from.
Exponents base exponent means 3 factors of 5 or 5 x 5 x 5.
PROPERTIES OF EXPONENTS
1. Substitute a number for the variable. 2. Perform all operations. 3. Simplify the result. Steps to EVALUATE AN EXPRESSION…
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