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Pearson Algebra I Foundations 1-2 Part 1. Vocabulary: power, exponent, base, simplify.
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  • 1. 1.2 Part 1 Order of OperationsI CAN:- Simplify expressions involving exponents.- Use the order of operations to evaluateexpressions.
  • 2. You’ve Won a Prize! • You’ve won! For your prize, you get to choose between the two options shown: Prize 1: Prize 2: You get $1 on the You get $60 first day. Then, immediately. each day for the next five days, you get twice the previous day’s amount.Which would you choose?
  • 3. Opener a) Write this in math language: eight less than twice a number. b) What is the result if the original number is 40? c) What is the result if the original number is 20? d) If the result is 0, what is the original number? e) What was the most popular baby girl name in 1994? Boy name?
  • 4. Chocolate Math 1. Pick the number of times per week you’d like to have chocolate. (At least once but less than ten times.) 2. Multiply this number by 2. 3. Add 5. 4. Multiply it by 50. 5. If you have already had your birthday, add 1758. If you haven’t, add 1757. 6. Now subtract the four-digit year you were born in. 7. You should have a three-digit number. THE FIRST DIGIT OF THIS IS YOUR ORIGINAL NUMBER THE NEXT TWO NUMBERS ARE YOUR AGE
  • 5. 3. Make A Number Line
  • 6. 4. Use The Number Line 7+8
  • 7. 4. Use The Number Line 7-8
  • 8. 4. Use The Number Line 7-8+5
  • 9. 4. Use The Number Line 4 - 7 + 12 - 16 + 7
  • 10. 4. Use The Number Line 4 - (-7) + (-12) - (+16) + 7
  • 11. Quiz Practice 3 7 12 6 ( 7) Challenge 3 ( 7) ( 12) 6 ( 7)
  • 12. Focus Question…• How does simplifying an expression with an exponent involve multiplication?
  • 13. Vocabulary to Know• Power – Has two parts: a base and an exponent
  • 14. Vocabulary to Know• Power – Has two parts: a base and an exponent• Exponent – Tells you how many times you use the base as a repeated factor
  • 15. Vocabulary to Know• Power – Has two parts: a base and an exponent• Exponent – Tells you how many times you use the base as a repeated factor• Base – The repeated factor
  • 16. Vocabulary to Know• Power – Has two parts: a base and an exponent• Exponent – Tells you how many times you use the base as a repeated factor• Base – The repeated factor
  • 17. Vocabulary to Know• Simplify – Replace an expression with its numerical value
  • 18. Vocabulary to Know• Simplify – Replace an expression with its numerical value• 2·8
  • 19. Vocabulary to Know• Simplify – Replace an expression with its numerical value• 2 · 8  Expression• 16  Simplified
  • 20. BIG Ideas• Power can be used to shorten the representation of repeated multiplication.
  • 21. BIG Ideas• Power can be used to shorten the representation of repeated multiplication. 2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2
  • 22. BIG Ideas• Power can be used to shorten the representation of repeated multiplication. 2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2 28
  • 23. BIG Ideas• Power can be used to shorten the representation of repeated multiplication. 2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2 28• When simplifying an expression operations must be performed in the right order.
  • 24. Simplifying Powers
  • 25. Simplifying Powers
  • 26. Simplifying Powers
  • 27. Simplifying Powers
  • 28. Simplifying Powers
  • 29. Simplifying Powers
  • 30. Focus Question Answer Time• How does simplifying an expression with an exponent involve multiplication?
  • 31. Focus Question• Why is it necessary to use the order of operations to evaluate an expression?
  • 32. Try This…2+3·5 add first2+3·5 multiply first
  • 33. Try This…2+3·5 add first2+3·5 multiply firstUh Oh! We got different answers!
  • 34. Order of Operations• 1. Perform any operations inside grouping symbols, such as parentheses ( ) and brackets [ ]. A fraction bar also acts as a grouping symbol.• 2. Simplify powers.• 3. Multiply and divide from left to right.• 4. Add and subtract from left to right.
  • 35. 3. Order of Operations 20 - 3 + 4
  • 36. 3. Order of Operations (20)(-3)(4)
  • 37. 3. Order of Operations 20 + 5 • 4
  • 38. 3. Order of Operations 20 + 5 • (4 - 1)
  • 39. 3. Order of Operations 20 + 5 • (4 - 1)2
  • 40. 3. Order of Operations 20 ÷ 5 • 2 + 5 • (4 - 1)2
  • 41. 3. Order of Operations 6 • 22 4 • 32 (6 8)2 • (1 7) 4 2 2(3)(9) 52 4(2)(3) 5 4 • 23 9 3• 2 3 2 72 15 23 50 5 3 4(3)2 1 2 3 4 12 • 22
  • 42. Simplifying a NumericalExpression(6 – 2)2 ÷ 2
  • 43. Simplifying a NumericalExpression
  • 44. Simplifying a NumericalExpression5 · 7 – 42 ÷ 2
  • 45. Simplifying a NumericalExpression
  • 46. Simplifying a NumericalExpression(5 – 2)3 ÷ 3
  • 47. Focus Question Answer• Why is it necessary to use the order of operations to evaluate an expression?
  • 48. Your Assignment• Pages 13-141-29-33
  • 49. Attributes• Textbook: Prentice Hall Algebra I Foundations Series• Certain slides were lifted from Dan Meyer’s amazing algebra curricula through use of a Creative Commons attribution license. If you haven’t been to Mr. Meyer’s website and teach math, you’re surely missing out! http://blog.mrmeyer.com/