# Order of Operations Part 3

Taught by YourMathGal
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In this lesson, the instructor demonstrates the use of the order of operations with fractions, without negative numbers. The lesson includes several examples of how to simplify fractions within the order of operations, including simplifying exponents and dividing fractions by multiplying the reciprocal. The lesson ends with a more complex problem that combines all of these skills. Overall, the lesson emphasizes the importance of being careful with fractions while using the order of operations.

Lesson Description:

Part 2 of Order of Operations: Shows examples. Basic--contains fractions but no negative numbers.

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This lesson continues evaluating expressions using order of operations. Even more complicated fractions are thrown into the mix in this lesson. Step by step explanations are given for every problem in this video.