ORDER OF OPERATIONS !

BY: NAOMI AND AMIRA 4E 😄

Guaranteed to make you think!

If you want to learn about the Order of Operations this s'more has everything for you!

  1. Please ( )
  2. Excuse (^x)
  3. My (multiplication)
  4. Dear (division)
  5. Aunt (addition)
  6. Sally (subtraction)

We earlier said that this s'more has everything for you to learn the Order of Operations, well the text below shows everything this s'more includes.

Includes:


  • Good examples
  • Step by step directions
  • A short quiz to test you
  • Step by step instructions on how to do the Order of Operations hopscotch
  • An explanation on exponents

Look who you might be finding useful !

Need help? Well here are some examples to help you out!

Example:


6 (7x4) - 28



  1. 7x4=28
  2. 6x28=168
  3. 168-28= 140


Answer- 140


Example:


( 32 / 8 ) x 4



  1. 32 / 8 = 4
  2. 4 x 4 = 16




Answer : 16

NEED HELP WITH EXPONENTS ?

Important exponent notes that you might want to read BEFORE TAKING THE QUIZ :

  • While taking our quiz you will find a problem that has exponents and you will know when you see this: ^2 or ^3 so the little arrow mean to bring up the number so that it is like a little 2 or 3 hanging in the air
  • If the exponent is a little 3 in the air that means to multiply the same number 3 times together, for example 2 ^ 3 = 2 x 2 x 2 = 8
  • if the the exponent is a little 2 in the air you would multiply the number against it self, for example 5 ^ 2 = 5 x 5 = 10
  • You can do the same process to any power you want so your exponent could be a little 100 ( which is not small ) and you would have to multiply the number a hundred times against it self

ORDER OF OPERATIONS HOPSCOTCH!!!

  1. Jump with your feet together and make your arms look like parentheses.
  2. Jump again with your feet together and put one arm up to look like superman flying.
  3. Next jump with your feet apart and say ( multiplication and division from left to right ).
  4. Lastly jump with your feet apart and say ( addition and subtraction from left to right ).