# Order of Operations

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**lvbeasley**

Last updated 7 years ago

** Discipline: **

Elementary School ** Subject: **

Pre - Algebra
** Grade:**

6,7,8

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Rules for Order of Operations*Remember that we cannot simply solve the equation by going left to right. Use the Following Steps:1. Parentheses and other grouping symbols2. Exponets3. Multiplication and Division from left to right4. Addition and Subtraction from left to right

Order of Operations

Example:Incorrect Correct2+3x4= 2+3x4= 5x4= 2+12= 20 14

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Mrs. Beasley's CornerMy name is Mrs. Beasley. I graduated from The University of Alabama, where I obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Special Education. I am currently woriking on my Master's Degree in Special Education from The University of West Alabama. This is my third year teaching at Locust Fork High School, and I couldn't be happier! I am married to my high school sweetheart, and we have two dogs that are our babies.

Summary*Remember that in order to get the correct answer you must follow the steps.*If there are more than one pair of parentheses/brackets, make sure you work from the inside to the outside. *Simplify all Exponents before multiplying/dividing or adding/subtracting.*When multiplying/dividing and adding/subtracting make sure you work from the left to the right. *When you have finished solving the equation, check to ensure you have followed the steps in the correct order.

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