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The worksheets below can be used to practice order of operations in math. We have basic problems without parenthesis, as well as more advanced problems with parenthesis and exponents. First solve the part in parenthesis and exponents. Then multiply and divide. Finally add and subtract.
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Basic (No Exponents)Order of Operations (No Parenthesis) Free
This worksheet requires students to add, subtract, multiply, and divide. There are no exponents or parenthesis in these problems.Order of Operations with Sample Member
This basic practice page includes a box which shows students a sample order of operations problem step-by-step.Order of Operations (w/ Parenthesis) Member
Solve the problems and answer the short question. These problems include parenthesis.
IntermediateIntermediate Order of Operations Member
This practice sheet requires students to use all operations, as well as basic exponents and parenthesis.Order of Operations w/ Short Answer Member
These problems include basic parenthesis and exponents. There is a short answer question included.
AdvancedAdvanced Order of Operations Free
This practice sheet requires students to use all operations, as well as exponents and parenthesis. The calculations often include multiple digits and/or decimals.
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