Order of Operations Review
When calculating expressions, we MUST follow the Order of Operations.
This is a set of rules which tell us the ORDER that we must evaluate parts of an expression to
get the correct answer
The acronym used to help u
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Activity: Ratios and Proportions
On her way to visit Horace Mann University, Casey stopped by Mount Rushmore in South
Dakota. The park ranger gave a talk that described the history of the monument and provided
Worksheet 1-3: Unit Rates- Comparisons
1. Find the unit rate for each situation.
a) d rivin g 180 km in 3 hou rs
b) 54 hot do gs for 18 peop le
c) 160 words typed in 4 m inutes
d) $ 27 .40 for 4 h ours of wo rk
e) $12.66 for 8 packages of juice boxes
Number Sense and Numeracy: Order of Operations
When calculating expressions, we follow the order of operations.
Order of Operations
Simplify the brackets.
Then simplify powers.
Multiply and Divide.
Then Add and Subtract.
Fractions: Terms and Skills
Things you need to know.
Numerator and Denominator: which is which?
Examples of fractions:
This is called an _.
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. This scatter plot shows the annual profits for the past ten years for Ellens business designing greeting cards.
Use the graph to est
Fractions: Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing
you must have: _
Adding & Subtracting
What do you do first?
Then + or the numerator but the _ stays the same.
Proportional Reasoning Review
1. For the diagram shown, write each ratio in simplest form.
a) the number of grey squares to the number of white squares
b) the number of grey squares to the total number of squares
2. Write each comparison as