# Order of Operations

This resource shows how to evaluate complex statements using the order of operations. Mr. Khan explains that the parenthesis takes precedent, exponents are second, multiplication and division are the next to be solved, and addition and subtracting are the slowest operating so they are done last. He evaluates an expression using different colors, each representative of a different operation.

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