Order of Operations Part 4

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Lesson Description:

Part 2 of Order of Operations: Shows examples. Contains fractions and negative numbers.

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Questions answered by this video:
  • How can you simplify rational expressions that have negative numbers using order of operations?
  • How do you simplify (-10 + -2)/(6^2 - 30) using order of operations?
  • How do you evaluate 16 - 4*(3^3 - 7)/(2^3 + 2) - (-2)^2 using order of operations?
  • How do you evaluate 6 + 3[8 - 3(1 + 1)] with order of operations?
  • How do you know what to do first when you are evaluating an expression?
  • How do you evaluate 3 - 2[8 - (3 - 2)] with order of operations?
  • Why can you not subtract 3 - 2 first in 3 - 2[8 - (3 - 2)]?
  • How do you evaluate (3/4)^2 * (-4) * 2^3 using order of operations?
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    • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
    This lesson takes the previous lessons in this series a bit further. This time, there are negative numbers and more complex expressions with fractions. Order of operations must be used to evaluate these expressions correctly.