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Post by sahro AbdiOmar on June 16 at 12:55:42 PM

I THINK YOU SHOULD SLOW DOWN YOUR GOING TOO FAST

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Post by Denise Bermudez on February 13, 2015

Hi, Im getting an error as well.

Looking forward to future lessons without any inconvenience.
thank you

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Post by christine solomon on October 9, 2014

hello I'm having problems

its says network error...unable to see any infor

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Post by Darren Bellizzi on September 30, 2014

what happened to 49?

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Post by Professor Fung on November 2, 2013

Hi Richard,

Thank you for your comment and question.  It's not possible to download, only to stream.

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Post by RICHARD OGBONNA on October 28, 2013

How can l download a lesson?                                                                                                      

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Post by RICHARD OGBONNA on January 13, 2013

All instructions within the reach of an average student. Thank you Mrs. Fung.

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Post by Jonathan Taylor on May 22, 2012

Mrs Fung I have question any example on writing and expression as a fraction 3+4/5+6

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Last reply by: Richard Nadar
Mon May 12, 2014 9:29 PM

Post by Meoung-Jin Lim on May 21, 2012

That kind of explained something . . . the bad part of the video was when she kept doing examples, I was like, I know this already! all the time, she should have explained something else too.

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Post by Robert Donnelly on March 5, 2012

The babysitting word problem is worded so that you don't actually state that the friend gets paid by the hour that's just an assumption. If you read what you wrote its not stating that at all its actually stating this: ($6.5*5)+$5.25

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Numerical Expressions

  • Mathematicians have agreed upon a convention for performing arithmetic operations, called the order of operations, so that any mathematical expression will always have the same value.
  • Order of Operations
    1. Parentheses (work inside grouping symbols)
    2. Exponents
    3. Multiply and Divide in order from left to right
    4. Add and Subtract in order from left to right

Numerical Expressions

18 ×3 − 49 ÷7 ×3 =
  • 54 − 49 ÷7 ×3 =
  • 54 − 7 ×3 =
  • 54 − 21 =
33
44 ÷(16 − 12) + 7 ×5 =
  • 44 ÷4 + 7 ×5 =
  • 11 + 35 =
46
(14 − 7) + 72 ÷9 − (8 + 3) =
  • 7 + 72 ÷9 − (8 + 3) =
  • 7 + 8 − (8 + 3) =
  • 7 + 8 − 11 =
  • 15 − 11 =
4
7.4 + ((57.7 − 41.5) − 9.1) =
  • 7.4 + (16.2 − 9.1) =
  • 7.4 + 7.1 =
14.5
2(5 + (27.4 − 6 − (15.4 − 2.5))) =
  • 2(5 + (27.4 − 6 − 12.9)) =
  • 2(5 + (21.4 − 12.9)) =
  • 2(5 + 8.5) =
  • 2(13.5) =
27
((11 ×2 + 3) ÷5 ×2 + 10) ÷4 =
  • ((22 + 3) ÷5 ×2 + 10) ÷4
  • (25 ÷5 ×2 + 10) ÷4 =
  • (5 ×2 + 10) ÷4 =
  • (10 + 10) ÷4 =
  • 20 ÷4 =
5
((17 + 5 ×2) ÷3 − 1) ÷4 =
  • ((17 + 10) ÷3 − 1) ÷4 =
  • (27 ÷3 − 1) ÷4 =
  • (9 − 1) ÷4 =
  • 8 ÷4 =
2
While shopping for school, you buy two notebooks for $ 4.25 each, three pens for $ 1.50 each, and 5 pencils for $ 0.75 each. How much money did you spend total?
  • 2($ 4.25) + 3($ 1.50) + 5($ 0.75) =
  • $ 8.50 + $ 4.50 + $ 3.75 =
  • $ 13.00 + $ 3.75 =
$ 16.75
A family with 3 children, 2 adults, and 1 senior citizen purchase tickets for a movie. A child ticket costs $ 7, an adult ticket costs $ 10.50, and a senior ticket costs $ 8. What is the total cost of their tickets?
  • 3($ 7) + 2($ 10.50) + $ 8 =
  • $ 21 + $ 21 + $ 8 =
  • $ 42 + $ 8 =
$ 50
Michelle is shopping for groceries. She buys 2 apples for $ 1.50 each, 6 bananas for $ 0.75 each, 10 strawberries for $ 0.25 each, and 1 pineapple for $ 5. How much did Michelle spend on groceries?
  • 2($ 1.50) + 6($ 0.75) + 10($ 0.25) + $ 5 =
  • $ 3 + $ 4.50 + $ 2.50 + $ 5 =
  • $ 7.50 + $ 2.50 + $ 5 =
  • $ 10 + $ 5 =
$ 15

*These practice questions are only helpful when you work on them offline on a piece of paper and then use the solution steps function to check your answer.

Answer

Numerical Expressions

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • What You'll Learn and Why 0:08
    • Topics Overview
  • Vocabulary 0:22
    • Order of Operations
    • Numerical Expression
    • Simplify
  • Simplifying an Expression 1:44
    • Example 1: Simplify the Expression
  • Simplifying an Expression 3:26
    • Example 2: Simplify the Expression
  • Using an Expression to Solve a Problem 4:29
    • Example 3: Babysitting
  • Using an Expression to Solve a Problem 6:14
    • Example 4: Shopping
  • Extra Example 1: Simplify the Expression 7:35
  • Extra Example 2: Simplify the Expression 8:55
  • Extra Example 3: Finding Total Cost 10:02
  • Extra Example 4: Finding Total Cost 11:44