In middle school, we call PEMDAS something a little bit different...we call it GEMDAS. Please excuse my dear aunt sally (used to describe the correct mathematical order of operations) isn't really "wrong"; however, it isn't 100% complete. There are more mathematical grouping symbols out there in addition to parentheses. For example, students will learn how to compute mathematical sentences that involve parentheses, braces, and brackets. As a result, the "G" in GEMDAS stands for "grouping symbols". The goofy saying that I have taught my students to memorize is "Give Everyone More Delicious AppleSauce"! :)
Below some helpful images and video links that I encourage everyone to study and watch. They will assist you in doing better on homework as well as when studying for tests and/or quizzes!
Thanks so much for stopping by and as always - have a blessed and wonderful day!
Mrs. R :)
MRS. KARA RICHARDSON
Hi there! Welcome to our classroom math page! I am looking forward to an awesome school year and I hope this page helps you to be successful! I want to wish you a wonderful year and go Rebels & Lady Rebels! :)