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parentheses.

Rule 2: Next perform all multiplications and

divisions, working from left to right.

Rule 3: Lastly, perform all additions and

subtractions, working from left to right.

Rule 2: Simplify all exponents, working from left to

right.

Rule 3: Perform all multiplications and divisions,

working from left to right.

Rule 4: Perform all additions and subtractions,

working from left to right.

1. Simplify all operations inside Parentheses.

2. Simplify all Exponents, working from left to right.

3. Perform all Multiplications and Divisions, working

from left to right.

4. Perform all Additions and Subtractions, working

from left to right.

BEDMAS to help them remember the order in which

they complete multi-operation questions. The 'P' or 'B'

in the acronym stands for parentheses or brackets. All

operations within brackets get completed first. The 'E'

refers to any exponents; all exponents are calculated

after the parentheses. The 'M' and 'D' are

interchangeable as one completes the multiplication

and division in the order that they appear from left to

right. The fourth and final step is to solve for the

addition and subtraction in the order that they appear

from left to right.

Decimal Info

The thousandth grid is a useful tool in

representing and operations with decimals. Each small

rectangle represents a thousandth. Each square

represents a hundredth. Each row or column

represents a tenth. The entire grid represents one

whole.

To write a percent as a decimal, follow these steps:

1. Remove the percent symbol.

adding in zeros as needed.

Summary: To write a decimal as a percent,

multiply it by 100, and then add on

the % symbol. To multiply a decimal

by 100, move the decimal point two

places to the right. Do not forget to

include the percent symbol when

writing a percent.

Summary: To write a fraction as a percent, we

can convert it to an equivalent fraction

with a denominator of 100. Another

way to write a fraction as a percent is

to divide its numerator by its

denominator, then convert the

resulting decimal to a percent.

Summary: To write a percent as a fraction in

lowest terms, follow these steps:

with a denominator of 100.

terms.

Definition: A percent is a ratio whose second

term is 100. Percent means parts per

hundred. The word percent comes

from the Latin phrase per centum,

which means per hundred. In

mathematics, we use the symbol %

for percent.

Decimal

Addition/Subtraction

Try the following mental addition strategy for

decimals. Begin by ignoring the decimals in the

addition question. Add the numbers as if they were

whole numbers. For example, 3.25 + 4.98 could be

viewed as 325 + 498 = 823. Use an estimate to

decide where to place the decimal. In the example,

3.25 + 4.98 is approximately 3 + 5 = 8, so the

decimal in the sum must go between the 8 and the

2 (i.e. 8.23

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