**unit 3.6: order of operations with decimals**

Ah.... the famous "order of operations."

The good news????? Yes, it is the same you already know about.

Even better news???? The order of operations will always be the same, no matter is we are dealing with decimals, fractions, integers, etc.

Let's take a look at the notes with an explanation of how this comes together:

The good news????? Yes, it is the same you already know about.

Even better news???? The order of operations will always be the same, no matter is we are dealing with decimals, fractions, integers, etc.

**B**rackets**xponents**

EE

**ivision**

DD

**ultiplication**

MM

**ddition**

AA

**ubtraction**

SS

En Español:En Español:

**P**aréntesis**xponentes**

EE

**ivisión**

DD

**ultiplicación**

MM

**dición (Suma)**

AA

**esta**

RR

Let's take a look at the notes with an explanation of how this comes together:

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**watch the following videos...**

And make note of anything that stands out. But remember... the order of operations holds true for all occasions.

**practice, practice, practice!!!!**

Here are some worksheets for you to practice. Just so that you know, in grade 7, we don't deal with "exponents." Therefore, the "E" in BEDMAS is not going to be present in any of the following worksheets. Make sure you are careful to follow

**BEDMAS**step by step! 7e_unit_3.6_worksheets.pdf | |

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Compare your answers with the following answers:

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**ONLINE CHALLENGE REVIEW ACTIVITIES**

Do you want to challenge yourself? Try the following website. Let's see how fast you can get the right answer... following

**BEDMAS**, of course!**Extra practice**

If you find yourself needing more practice, or perhaps you are still not as secure with the order of operations, I encourage you to try the followingexercises on your

**TEXTBOOK:**- Page 109: #1, #2, #3, #4 and #6.

**homework**

**as a teacher, i find that word problems are always very challenging for students. So, with that in mind, i thought it'd be important to see what word problems involving the order of operations with decimals look like.**

Try the following worksheet. The answers are included at the end of this online worksheet. Make sure you understand how you got your answer, and if you made a mistake, go back and try it again. Next class, we will go over this.