2010-10-27_135127_A

2010-10-27_135127_A - The order that we use to assemble a...

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The order that we use to assemble a cake or build a house is important. The same holds true for evaluating any expression in math. We call this the Order of Operations. In your own words, explain the Order of Operations. Give an example of an expression to fit this situation in math and an example in real life. Please share any trick or mnemonic device to help you recall this order or how to use it. A mnemonic device is a memory trick such as using “The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog” to learn all the keys on the keyboard. The order that we use to assemble a cake or build a house is important. The same holds true for evaluating any expression in math. We call this the Order of Operations. In your own words, explain the Order of Operations. Give an example of an expression to fit this situation in math and an example in real life. Please share any trick or mnemonic device to help you recall this order or how to use it. A mnemonic
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