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Algebra I: High School20 chapters | 168 lessons | 1 flashcard set

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12/3 - (4*5 - 18) + 3*1 - 2

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Now that you know about exponential expressions, learn about the order of operations of a math problem with exponents in it. We'll make it easy for you to remember the correct way to approach a math problem with multiple operational signs, exponents, and parenthesis.

We will teach you in what manner you should solve a problem with the following operations:

- Parenthesis
- Exponents
- Multiplication
- Division
- Addition
- Subtraction

Utilize the following skills when working with the worksheet and quiz:

**Problem solving**- use acquired knowledge to solve math problems involving exponents**Information recall**- access the knowledge you've gained regarding the order of operations**Knowledge application**- use your knowledge to form your own expression to remember the order in which a problem should be solved

The corresponding lesson Exponential Expressions & The Order of Operations will teach you how to:

- Use a common expression to remember the order of operations
- Solve math problems involving exponents
- Utilize the order of operations to work out how to tackle a problem involving different signs

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Algebra I: High School20 chapters | 168 lessons | 1 flashcard set

- How to Use Exponential Notation 2:44
- Scientific Notation: Definition and Examples 6:49
- Simplifying and Solving Exponential Expressions 7:27
- Exponential Expressions & The Order of Operations 4:36
- Dividing Exponential Expressions 4:43
- The Power of Zero: Simplifying Exponential Expressions 5:11
- Negative Exponents: Writing Powers of Fractions and Decimals 3:55
- Power of Powers: Simplifying Exponential Expressions 3:33
- Go to High School Algebra: Exponents and Exponential Expressions

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