The What's, Why's, and When's of Order of Operations
I.What is the Order of Operations?Imagine driving your vehicle to go to work or school. Suddenly, you start hearinga loud constant noise from the back side of your vehicle. You park your car to the side of the road to check what is happening and youfind out your vehicle has a flat tire. You mustget to work or school as soon as possible, sothere is no choice to wait for help. You decideto change the flat tire. List the steps you musttake to change the flat tire of your vehicle.Remember about
!List steps to change a flat tire:a.This example illustrates the concept of order of operations. Explain in your ownwords what the order of operations is.