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# Order of Operations

## The order of operations outlines the order by which certain operatives should take place in a mathematical expression for it to remain true

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## PEMDAS

Learn how to evaluate expressions using the order of operations.
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## Order of Operations: Barrels of Candy

Order of Operations Interactive
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## The Order of Operations

Learn how to perform arithmetic calculations in a certain order.
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## Evaluate Algebraic Expressions with Grouping Symbols: A Sample Application

This video demonstrates a sample use of the principles of evaluating algebraic expressions with grouping symbols.
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## Evaluate with Grouping Symbols: An Explanation of the Concept

This video provides an explanation of the concept of evaluating algebraic expressions with grouping symbols.
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## PEMDAS Quiz

Quiz for PEMDAS: Order of operations.
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## PEMDAS Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for PEMDAS.
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## Temple Run

Students will apply their understanding of the Order of Operations to describe high scores on a video game and represent the relationship as an expression.
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