How to Use the Order of Operations with Expressions | Two Examples | Part 2 of 5 | Minute Math

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In this video we learn how to use the Order of Operations, which is known as PEMDAS, to simplify expressions. We simplify the expressions 18÷9*2 and 18*2÷9 using the order of operations. PEMDAS stands for Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, and Subtraction. A way to remember this is the expression Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally. #PEMDAS #OrderOfOperations #minutemath #algebrahelp #algebra #prealgebra #beginningalgebra #mathhelp #onlinemathvideos #lightboard #math #mathvideos #oer #openeducation #freemathvideos

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