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Worksheet: Finding the Value of an Expression Using the Order of Operations

Q1:

Calculate the following: .

Q2:

Calculate the following: .

Q3:

Calculate the following: .

Q4:

Evaluate .

Q5:

Evaluate .

Q6:

Evaluate .

Q7:

Calculate the following: .

Q8:

Evaluate .

Q9:

Complete:

Q10:

Calculate .

Q11:

Calculate .

Q12:

Calculate .

Q13:

Calculate .

  • A63
  • B49
  • C67
  • D71

Q14:

Calculate .

Q15:

A store sells posters for $45 each and picture frames for $48 each. Write an expression that shows the total cost of 5 posters and 5 frames, and then find the total cost for 5 framed posters.

  • A , $273
  • B , $285
  • C , $15
  • D , $465
  • E , $177

Q16:

Chloe is buying a cell phone, earphones, 5 screen protectors, and 7 stickers. Write an expression to represent the total cost. Then calculate how much Chloe paid.

Item Cell Phone Earphones Screen Protector Sticker
Unit Cost $182 $20 $3 $2
  • A , $207
  • B , $233
  • C , $302
  • D , $231
  • E , $274

Q17:

Matthew and a group of 2 friends went to an amusement park. At a certain point in the day, each one bought a pretzel for $14, dipping sauce for $1, and a soda for $5. Write an expression for the total cost of the snacks, and then determine the total cost.

  • A , $55
  • B , $40
  • C , $46
  • D , $60
  • E , $59

Q18:

A store sells milk bottles for $9 and orange juice cartons for $3. If Elizabeth bought 2 milk bottles and an orange juice carton, and Hannah bought 3 milk bottles and 4 orange juice cartons, write the expression that represents the total amount the 2 women spent, and then find that amount.

  • A , $66
  • B , $54
  • C , $60
  • D , $60
  • E , $57