# Introduction to Order of Operations

First demonstrating the improper ways of solving an equation (left-to-right, multiplication first), Sal shows viewers how the answer of an equation can be drastically incorrect by neglecting to use the order of operations. He uses several examples to demonstrate the order of operations at work and clarifies the times when the answer to an equation will be the same no matter what the order.

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