Learn how to write order of operations word problems into numerical
expressions and learn how to solve them using the order of operations.
Example #1:
Sylvia bought 4 bananas for 50 cents each and 1 apple for 80 cents. Write a numerical expression to represent this situation and then find the total cost in dollar.
Example #2:
Robert bought 2 burgers for $3.50 each and 3 medium French fries for $1.20 each. Write a numerical expression to represent this situation and then find the cost.
Example #3:
Martha pays 20 dollars for materials to make earrings. She makes 10 earrings and sells 7 for 5 dollars and 3 for 2 dollars. Write a numerical expression to represent this situation and then find Martha's profit?
Example #4:
John bought 3 pants for 25 dollars each and paid with a one-hundred dollar bill. Write a numerical expression to represent this situation and then find how much money John gets back from the cashier?
Example #5:
The price of a shirt is 100 dollars. The store manager gives a discount of 50 dollars. A man and his brother bought 4 shirts and then share the cost with his brother. Write a numerical expression to represent this situation and then find the price paid by each brother.
SolutionExample #6:
Peter withdrew 1000 dollars from his bank account today. He uses 500 to fix his car. Then, he divide the money into 5 equal parts and gave away 4 parts and kept 1 part for himself. Finally, he took to wife to the restaurant and spent 60 dollars on meals. Write a numerical expression to represent this situation and then find how much money Peter has now?
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