Order of Operations with PEMDAS

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In this lesson, we learn about the Order of Operations with PEMDAS. By following the rules of PEMDAS, we work through a problem with multiple sets of parentheses and different operations, starting with the innermost set first. We also learn how to handle situations where there are no operations between sets of parentheses. Overall, this lesson serves as a helpful guide for tackling complex math problems with ease.

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Order of Operations with PEMDAS

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Questions answered by this video:
  • What is the order of operations?
  • What does 2[5^2+(36÷6)] equal?
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    In this lesson, the teacher shows an example of how to simplify an expression by using the order of operations.