Posted by **alejandra** on Thursday, September 28, 2006 at 9:34pm.

ORDER OF OPERATIONS

step 1. first do operations that accur within_____________.

step 2. then evaluate_________.

step 3. then do_________and_______from left to right.

step 4. finally, do______and_______from left to right.

here are your choices in alphabetical order:

addition

division

exponents

multiplication

parenthesis

subtraction

ask someone or just try to figure it out. post another message with this equation and i will figure it out

For 1. we do operations within () first.

Your step 2. might be exponents, but I'm not sure, there should be something in your text telling you what needs to be done there.

You should know that multiplication, division...addition,subtraction come last.

These are important rules you must know to do algebra well.

i always remember order of operations with the phrase PEMDAS: parentheses, exponents, multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction.

during a science experance mary measures the temp. every 10 min.at 9:00 she recordes 80 degrees. and at 9:10 she recordes 96 degrees what % does the temp. increase during the 10 min. interval from 9:00 to 9:10?

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