In this lesson, the Order of Operations is explored through examples that contain fractions and negative numbers. The key takeaway is that when working with the Order of Operations, it's important to simplify within grouping symbols before moving on to the next step. Additionally, exponents should be done before subtraction, and multiplication should be done before subtraction as well. Finally, it's important to remember to change subtraction to adding the opposite when subtracting a larger negative number from a smaller positive number.
Part 2 of Order of Operations: Shows examples. Contains fractions and negative numbers.
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