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order of operations

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- In the order of operations, you always multiply or divide numbers before - you add or subtract them, ignoring the order they are written. See if you - can solve these problems using that rule: -
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- - 4 + 2 * 3 - - = -
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- - (2 + 8) + 8 * 2 - - = -
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- - (2 + 8) + 8 * 2 - - = -
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- When there are parentheses in a series of operations, you always solve the - problems that are within parentheses first! See if you can find the right - answers to these: -
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- - (2 + 8) + 8 * 2 - - = -
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- (8 * 2 + 3)- 18 - = -
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- - 1+2 - = -
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- - 3*4 + 2*5 - = -
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order of operations

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+ In the order of operations, you always multiply or divide numbers before + you add or subtract them, ignoring the order they are written. See if you + can solve these problems using that rule: +
+ +
+
+ + 4 + 2 * 3 + + = +
+ + + +
+
+ + (2 + 8) + 8 * 2 + + = +
+ + + +
+
+ + (2 + 8) + 8 * 2 + + = +
+ + + +
+ When there are parentheses in a series of operations, you always solve the + problems that are within parentheses first! See if you can find the right + answers to these: +
+ +
+
+ + (2 + 8) + 8 * 2 + + = +
+ + + +
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+ (8 * 2 + 3)- 18 + = +
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+ + 1+2 + = +
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+ + 3*4 + 2*5 + = +
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Numeric Opposites

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by Lavelle Vinson

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+ Students understand and use such operations as taking the opposite, finding the +reciprocal, taking a root, and raising to a fractional power. They understand and +use the rules of exponents. +
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+ + -1 * 1 + + = +
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+ + -1 * 8 + + = +
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+ + -2 * 2 + + = +
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+ When there are parentheses in a series of operations, you always solve the + problems that are within parentheses first! See if you can find the right + answers to these: +
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+ + -11 * 2 + + = +
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+ -6 * 12 + = +
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+ + -5 * -5 + = +
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+ + -12 * -12 + = +
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