Order of Operations Part 5

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Part 5 of Order of Operations: Shows examples. Contains absolute value, negative numbers, fractions, decimals

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Questions answered by this video:
  • How do you evaluate expressions containing negative numbers, fractions, absolute values, and decimals using order of operations?
  • How can you evaluate (1.2)^2 - (3.5 - 4.3) using order of operations?
  • How do you square decimals without a calculator?
  • How can you simplify (1/2)(2.3 + 2.5) - (-0.2)^3 using order of operations?
  • How can you figure out (-0.2)^3 without a calculator?
  • How do you evaluate 14 - 2^2 - |4 - 7| using order of operations?
  • Where do absolute value signs come in order of operations?
  • Staff Review

    • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
    This lesson takes everything that you have learned in the previous 5 parts of this series and really tackles some more involved problems that contain absolute value, negative numbers, fractions, and decimals. These example problems are explained very clearly.