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Order of Operations. PEMDAS DON’T STRESS. Numerical Expression : A mathematical phrase that includes numerals and operational symbols. It does not have an equal sign . Brackets: [[[[A pair of symbols used to group things together.]]]]

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order of operations

Order of Operations

PEMDAS

DON’T STRESS

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Numerical Expression: A mathematical phrase that includes numerals and operational symbols. It does not have an equal sign.

Brackets: [[[[A pair of symbols used to group things together.]]]]

Braces: The outer most grouping symbol used in mathematics.

Parentheses: The symbols “(“ and “)” that are generally used for grouping.

Operation: A mathematical process applied to solve a problem. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division are the four basic operations.

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5 ( 3 )
  • hint: numbers outside of parentheses should be multiplied by the inside value.
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4 (7 – 2 )
  • hint: complete operations inside of parentheses first.
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11 ( 2 + 2 x 5 )
  • hint: inside the parentheses, follow the order of operations; multiply before you add.
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20 ÷ 5 – 1 x 3
  • hint: when you have multiplication and division, work left to right.
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10 ( 2 + 4 ) ( 14 ÷ 7 )
  • hint: remember to complete parentheses first and move left to right.
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