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A student response system assessment for PEMDAS digital story

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### SRS of PEMDAS

1. 1. Student Response System Assessment<br />An assessment review of <br />PEMDAS Video <br />By Carla Bacon<br />
2. 2. What does PEMDAS represent?<br />A Prescription<br />Order of Operations<br />Math Reward System<br />A type of math problem<br />
3. 3. Do parentheses really matter?<br />Yes<br />No<br />
4. 4. Why did Aunt Sally want the parentheses first?<br />So she didn’t have to go back and change everything<br />Because she didn’t understand<br />Since it was a fun symbol <br />
5. 5. What is an example of mathematical exponents?<br />5×2<br />52<br />52<br />52<br /> <br />
6. 6. What is another definition of exponent?<br />A loud person<br />An example<br />An advocate <br />An animal<br />
7. 7. In the story, what aspect of PEMDAS did Officer Mary D represent?<br />Multiplication and Division<br />Marry and Divorce<br />Multiplication and Distinct<br />Master of Defiance<br />
8. 8. In what order do you do addition and subtraction?<br />Anyway you want<br />Always addition first<br />The one you see first reading from left to right<br />The one you see first reading from right to left<br />
9. 9. What does “multiply and divide” have in common with “add and subtract”?<br />You do them all together<br />You don’t have to do them at all<br />Within each pair you do whichever one comes first left to right<br />
10. 10. What does PEMDAS Represent?<br />2.<br />1.<br />Picture Choice 1<br />Picture Choice 2<br />Picture Choice 3<br />3.<br />
11. 11. This movie will help you remember the Order of Operations.<br />Strongly Agree<br />Agree<br />Disagree<br />Strongly Disagree<br />
12. 12. Congratulations! You finished!<br />Thank you for completing the assessment<br />