Order of Operations on a Quotient

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This lesson on order of operations on a quotient emphasizes the importance of simplifying the top of a division problem before dividing. The speaker explains the order of operations and provides two different ways to solve the problem presented. By breaking down the problem and using an organized approach, a confusing quotient can be simplified and solved with ease.

Lesson Description:

Using order of operation on a quotient

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Questions answered by this video:
  • What is the order of operations?
  • How do I use the order of operations on an expression that is a fraction?
  • What does (5^2*4-5*4^2)/5(4) equal?
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    In this lesson, the teacher shows an example of how to simplify an expression using the order of operations when the expression is a fraction.