## Monday, October 31, 2011

### Order Of Operations

Today's BEDMAS question is: 4x3+12÷2= ...

STEP 1: Check if there is any brackets. -there's none.

STEP 2: Check if there is any exponents. -there's none.

STEP 3: Check if there is any division or multiplication. (left to right) -there's multiplication.
Now it should look like this. 4x3+12÷2=
12+12÷2=. .
STEP 4: Now you do division since there is no brackets, exponents, and multiplication.
Now it should look like this. 4x3+12÷2=
12+12÷2=
12+6= .
STEP 5: Check if there is any addition or subtraction. (left to right) -there's addition.
Now it should look like this. 4x3+12÷2= 18
12+12÷2= 18
12+6= 18
18= 18.

Here's another picture of it.

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### Order of Operations

Here is how to do today's Order of Operations (BEDMAS) question.

4x3+12÷2=

First, you check for Brackets, and since there are none, you move on to the next step.
Next, you check for Exponents, there are none again so you go to the next step.
Third, you check for Division and Multiplication, and you have to calculate from left to right, so in this equation, you multiply first.

So you have...
4x3+12÷2=
12+12÷2=

Then you do the division...
4x3+12÷2=
12+12÷2=
12+6=

Then, you check for Addition and Subtraction, and then you solve.

So now you have...
4x3+12÷2=
12+12÷2=
12+6=
18=

### Order of Operations

4 x 3 + 12 ÷2
Check if there is any brackets, exponents, division, multiplication (left to right), addition, subtraction.
12 + 12 ÷2
BEDMAS, so division comes first.
12 + 6
18
So it should look like this,

### Order of Operations

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### Order of Operations

Step 1: Any Brackets, no

Step 2: Any Exponents, no

Step 3: Any multiplication or division, Yes so you go from left to right.

### Order of Operation

Here is a step by step guide on how to solve a BEDMAS question.

The example is be:4x3+12÷2=18

First, you check for brackets. There are none.

Then you check for exponents. There are none.

Now, check for multiplication and division. There are some.

You do multiplication first because it shows up first when you go left to right.

Now you have this:12+12÷2=18

Now you do division because there are no brackets, exponents or multiplication.

It should look like this:12+6=18

There are no brackets, exponents, multiplication or division.

All there's left to do is either add or subtract.

12+6=18

There's no subtraction sign, but there is an addition sign so you add.

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this is what it should look like

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### Order of Operations

B- Brackets
E- Exponents
D- Division or
M- Multiplication
S- Subtraction

Step 1- First look for BRACKETS.
Step 2- Look for EXPONENTS.
Step 3- Look for DIVISION or MULTIPLICATION. (look from left to right)
Step 4- Look for ADDITION or SUBTRACTION. (look from left to right)

### Order of Operations

Here is a step by step guide on how to solve a BEDMAS question.
The example will be:
4x3+12÷2=18
First, you check for brackets. There are none. Then you check for exponents. There are none. Now, check for multiplication and division. There are some. You do multiplication first because it shows up first when you go left to right.

Now you have this:
12+12÷2=18

Now you do division because there are no brackets, exponents or multiplication.

It should look like this:
12+6=18

There are no brackets, exponents, multiplication or division. All there's left to do is either add or subtract.  There's no subtraction sign, but there is an addition sign so you add.

18=18

Here's how it should look:

### Order of operations

4x3+12/2 Are there brackets? -no
12+12/2 Are there exponents? -no
12+6 Are there division or
18 multiplication? yup.
or subtraction? yup

### Order of operations

4x3+12/2
12+12
24/2
12
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### Order of Operation

B - Brackets
E - Exponents
D - Division
M - Multiplication
S - Subract

Step 1 - Do operations in brackets

Step 2 - Multiply and divide in order from left to right

Step 3 - add and subtract in order from left to right

### Order of Operation

Question: 4x3+12÷2
1) -are there any brakets? No
2) -are there any exponents? No
3) -is there any multiplication or division? Yes, Both.You have to work from left to right so I have to multiply first then divide and everything else falls down.
4x3+12÷2
12+12÷2
12+6
18
And that is how i got my answer.

4 3+12 2

### Order Of Operations

How to answer today's Order Of Operation Question!

1. The first thing I did was look for Brackets.

As you can see there aren't any. So I went to Exponents. No exponents either.
So I did the Multiplication first.

2. After that I looked for the Division

3. I did the Addition after that.

4. 12 + 6 gave me 18 the answer!

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## Monday, October 17, 2011

### Math

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## Sunday, October 16, 2011

### What Math really means to a 7th grader like me..

As we all know, Mathematics is one of the fundamental subjects in learning. Mathematics sounds complicated and yes it's not just the name but all of its processes are complicated and can confuse many of us. Unfortunately, we can't ignore Math, we have to take it, we don't have any choice, do we? Many of us cannot appreciate Math at first but as we notice, math is not just a subject that is learned in school but also, can be applied in our daily lives. One of the best examples is when we buy something at a convenience store and we use cash, of course we can use Math to check if the change is right, you don't to pay way more than what you have to pay for, right? So yes Math is confusing, Math can make a 7th grader like me go crazy but guess what? Math can save our lives too,we just have to realize it.

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## Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Math is my Favourite subject :D
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Math is so awesome!!!!!:)
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