MAT116 DQ3 WEEK 1

# MAT116 DQ3 WEEK 1 - explain it Also represent it as an...

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1. What are the steps of the Order of Operations ? 1. Parentheses and Brackets -- Simplify the inside of parentheses and brackets before you deal with the exponent (if any) of the set of parentheses or remove the parentheses. 2. Exponents -- Simplify the exponent of a number or of a set of parentheses before you multiply, divide, add, or subtract it. 3. Multiplication and Division -- Simplify multiplication and division in the order that they appear from left to right. 4. Addition and Subtraction -- Simplify addition and subtraction in the order that they appear from left to right. 2. Think of a real-world scenario where Order of Operations (OOO) would come into play and
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Unformatted text preview: explain it. Also represent it as an expression (not an equation & please do not use variables. Also please do not use ‘x’ to represent multiplication). "I went to a clothing store and purchased two shirts for \$9.99 each. I also purchased one pair of shoes for 16.99. I had an employee discount of 15%. What was the total purchase cost? " (2 x 9.99) + 16.99 x 0.15 (4 + 5 + 4) • 14 + (4 + 5 + 4) • 1.50 - 25=? 13*14+13*1.50-25 182+19.50-25 201.50-25 176.50 If the total was calculated incorrectly and the order of operations were not followed this is how the problem would look? 4 + 5 + 4 * 14 + 4 + 5 + 4 * 1.50 – 25 = 267.50...
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