# Order of Operations (PEMDAS) (Work from Home Themed) Worksheets

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## Definition

The presence of different grouping symbols and operations makes math problems more challenging. With that, grouping symbols are characterized as an organization in algebraic problems that contains multiple groups.

• Parentheses ( )  – these are used to group numbers or variables. Always perform first the operation inside the parentheses.
• Brackets [ ] and braces { }Brackets and braces also are used to group numbers or variables. In general, they are used after parentheses. Parentheses are to be used first, then brackets, and then braces: {[( )]}.

Note: Improper use of grouping symbols may result to wrong answer.

## Summary

ORDER OF OPERATIONS

• Operation is a mathematical process. There are four fundamental operations in mathematics namely: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
• PEMDAS is an acronym made to help remember the order of operations when dealing with mathematical expressions.
• PEMDAS stands for Parentheses, Exponent, Multiplication, Division, Addition or Subtraction.

Trivia:

• In the UK they say BODMAS (Brackets,Orders,Divide,Multiply,Add,Subtract)
• It all means the same thing! It doesn’t matter how you remember it, just so long as you get it right.

## Example

Evaluate: 7 + (6 × 52 + 3)

7 + (6 × 52 + 3)

• Evaluate 52  first because it has an Exponent. 5is equal to 25.

7+ (6 × 25 + 3)

• Multiply 6 and 25. The product is 150.

7+(150 + 3)

• There is no need to divide numbers. Proceed with Addition.

7+  (153) = 160

Thus, 7 + (6 × 52 + 3) = 160

## Order of Operations (PEMDAS) (Work from Home Themed) Worksheets

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## Worksheets Activities Included

Ages 9-10 (Basic)

• Working From Home Task 1
• Selecting the Best Choice
• Work and Solve