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Algebra 1.6. Order of Operations. Learning Targets. Language Goal Students will be able to explain the importance of order of operations . Math Goal Students will be able to use order of operations to simplify expressions . Essential Questions

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Algebra 1.6

Order of Operations


Learning Targets

Language Goal

  • Students will be able to explain the importance of order of operations.

    Math Goal

  • Students will be able to use order of operations to simplify expressions.

    Essential Questions

  • What is the significance of order of operations?


Warm-up


Homework Check


Homework Check


Review Practice Problems


Vocabulary

  • Order of Operations:

Tells you which operation to perform first.

Gives you the order to use to solve a multi-operation problem


Order of Operations

  • P

  • E

  • M

  • D

  • A

  • S

Parenthesis ( )

Saying

Please

Excuse

My

Dear

Aunt

Sally

Exponents

Multiplication x

> From left to right

Division ÷

Addition +

> From left to right

Subtraction


Simplifying Numerical Expressions

1.


Simplifying Numerical Expressions

2.


Simplifying Numerical Expressions

3.


Simplifying Numerical Expressions

Your Turn:

1. 2.


Evaluating Algebraic Expressions

  • Evaluate each expressions for the given value of x.

    21 – x +2 • 5 for x = 7 for x = 24


Evaluating Algebraic Expressions

Your Turn!

for x = 2 for x = 6


Simplifying Expressions (grouping symbols)

  • Absolute values: treat like parenthesis

  • Division: treat the numerator like it is in parenthesis and

    the denominator like it is in parenthesis


Simplifying Expressions (grouping symbols)

1. 2.


Simplifying Expressions (grouping symbols)

3. 4.


Simplifying Expressions (grouping symbols)

5.


Simplifying Expressions (grouping symbols)

  • Your Turn!

    1. 2.


Translating from Words to Math

  • Translate each word phrase into a numerical or algebraic expressions.

  • One half times the difference of -5 and 3

  • The square root of the quotient of -12 and n


Translating from Words to Math

Your turn!

  • The sum of the quotient of 12 and -3 and the square root of 25.

  • The difference of y and the product of 4 and


Whiteboard

  • Extra Whiteboard practice!


Rally Coach Practice


Lesson Quiz


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