# 4th Grade Math: Order Of Operations Help

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# 4th Grade Math: Order Of Operations

If an expression has more than one operation, the order in which you do the operations becomes important.

If the expression has parentheses, you should first do the operations inside parentheses.

After taking care of parentheses, you can do all multiplication and division operations.

Finally, you can do all addition and subtraction operations.

The mnemonic "Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally" (PEMDAS) commonly used to remember the order:

Parentheses, Exponentiation, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction.

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# 4th Grade: Order Of Operations Videos

Evaluating Expressions By Substitution Of Variables Using Order Of Operations
Video Clip Length: 2 minutes 12 seconds
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Order Of Operations Pemdas
Video Clip Length: 1 minute 60 seconds
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This tutorial will show you how to figure out the evaluate the expression by using the order of operations.  We will work with parentheses, then exponents, then multiply by the coefficient and then subtract.

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Evaluating Expressions By Substitution Of Variables Using Order Of Operations 2
Video Clip Length: 1 minute 39 seconds
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order of operations video clips for 4th grade math students.

# 4th Grade: Order Of Operations Worksheets

Free order of operations printable worksheets for 4th grade math students.

# 4th Grade: Order Of Operations Word Problems

A certain small factory employs 98 workers
A certain small factory employs 98 workers. Of these 10 receive a wage of P 350 per day and the rest receive P 255 per day. To the management, a week is equal to 6 working ...
A certain Math Club makes
A certain Math Club makes 35 bars of laundry soap a week and sells these at P 20 each. Before the soap can all be sold, the pupils found out that 6 bars were destroyed by ...
Emily had 30 cookies to bring to school for her birthday. Three students wanted two cookies each. Then, a new student came to the school that day and he wanted three cookies. Then, one of the three kids gave their two cookies back. Emily was still passing out ...

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# Fourth Grade: Order Of Operations Practice Questions

24-8×3
3×4+9×1-2×3=
x5(-3)(x2+1)-4(2x)-(x2+1)-3(5)x4/(x5)2
7(5x2-6)-[8(4x2-1)+2]
Find the product of x2 + 7x - 2 with the quotient of (16x5+6x4+24x3)/4x
(-6) × 30 / (-3) + 5
90 - (2+3) - 15
What is twenty divided by four times the cube root of two minus two?
5n + 7=7n / 5
(3+3)/2+6*9
10/4-2*3
3*9/3-1+6
8-5(8+2)[9+9](1+6)+10]+6}
2+(5x+4)y   x=-3  y=3
Write a problem. Make an expression about ...
5×[2/2×(1\10-8)/10]
9+9-8=
(1/2-1/3)×(1/4+1/5 / 1/6)
(7+6) × 7- 9(1+5)
[-18/5*20/3]-[13/7*-12/5
Five people in Jackson's office bought \$10.00 in lottery tickets each Friday. In a year, they won \$35, \$50 and \$75...

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