Lesson 1.04: Order of Operations
The rules for the order of operations state that operations in an expression are completed in the
following order: PEMDAS
State what each letter stands for:
P _
E_
M_
D_
A_
S_
Read each CAUTION note and fillintheblank:
MVE 1.10
Going to the Grocery Store
Plan your trip. Spend some time with the adult who will be going to the store with you. Decide
which grocery store you will be going to and when you will go.
Create your shopping list and find an estimate of how much
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Math 1 Note Taking Guide
7.08: Advanced: Integers, Opposites, and Absolute Value
Use this guide to take notes as you read each lesson in module 1. On the left side of your twocolumn notes, copy all vocabulary and other information you need. On the right s
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Math 1 Module 2 Study Guide
Use this guide to take notes as you read each lesson in module 4. On the left side of your twocolumn
notes, copy all vocabulary and other information you need. On the right side, write down detailed
examples. Remember, you ca
Math 1 Module 2 Study Guide
Use this guide to take notes as you read each lesson in module 4. On the left side of your twocolumn
notes, copy all vocabulary and other information you need. On the right side, write down detailed
examples. Remember, you ca
Math 1 Module 2 Study Guide
Use this guide to take notes as you read each lesson in module 4. On the left side of your twocolumn
notes, copy all vocabulary and other information you need. On the right side, write down detailed
examples. Remember, you ca
Lesson 1.03: Positive and Negative Exponents
Complete each rule and copy an example of each:
1) Any number raised to the first power equals that _.
EXAMPLE:
2) Any number (except zero) raised to the zero power equals _.
EXAMPLE:
3) Any number a (except ze
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vocabulary and other information you may need. On the right side of your 2column notes, write down detailed example. Re
How to use this guide Follow along with the lesson and take notes here. On the left side of your 2column notes, please write down all
vocabulary and other information you may need. On the right side of your 2column notes, write down detailed example. Re
How to use this guide Follow along with the lesson and take notes here. On the left side of your 2column notes, please write down all
vocabulary and other information you may need. On the right side of your 2column notes, write down detailed example. Re
How to use this guide Follow along with the lesson and take notes here. On the left side of your 2column notes, please write down all
vocabulary and other information you may need. On the right side of your 2column notes, write down detailed example. Re
Math 1 Module 2 Study Guide
Use this guide to take notes as you read each lesson in module 4. On the left side of your twocolumn
notes, copy all vocabulary and other information you need. On the right side, write down detailed
examples. Remember, you ca
Math 1 Module 2 Study Guide
Use this guide to take notes as you read each lesson in module 4. On the left side of your twocolumn
notes, copy all vocabulary and other information you need. On the right side, write down detailed
examples. Remember, you ca
Study Guide for the Semester 2 Exam PreCalculus
Start Preparing Early:
Go back and review your notes from Modules 6  12.
Go back and review your old exams. Rework problems that you missed and make sure
you understand the mistake you made.
Each chapter i
Lesson 1.02: Foundations  Integers
1.) Define integer:
2.) Three examples of integers are: _, _, and _.
3.) Three examples of nonintegers are: _, _, and _.
4.) Define absolute value:
5.) Look at Example 1 on page 2 and fill in the answers:
32 = _

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