Order of Operations Quiz

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- Q1How do you know if you should multiply or divide first when solving an equation that has both multipication and division in it?You divide because D comes before M in the alphabetThe operation that comes first in the expression should be done first.You skip the problem and go onto one that doesn't have multiplication or division in it.You always multiply first because it give you a bigger number to work with120s
- Q2Solve the expression: 1+8x434313332120s
- Q3Solve: 16÷2+3×623262725120s
- Q4Solve: 20-10÷2+315191822120s
- Q513 x 4-65÷13=27476737120s
- Q62^2+(4×6)28302224120s
- Q728÷7+(5×4)-323202021120s
- Q8When following order of operations, which would come first in the expression: 3(4^3÷3)The exponent would be figured firstMultiply the 3 only by the four.divide the exponent by 3Multiply the 3 through the parenthesis120s