Today during math, we used BEDMAS to answer these questions below.

If you don't know what BEDMAS means, make sure to check Kimberly's scribe post!

a)

2+3x4 =

2+12 =

14

b)

10-6÷2 =

10-3 =

7

c)

(2+3)x4 =

5x4 =

20

d)

(10-6)÷2 =

4÷2 =

2

e)

8÷2² =

8÷4 =

2

f)

4x3÷2+5 =

12÷2+5 =

6+5 =

11

g) Create a math equation including +, -, ÷, x, brackets and exponents. The answer must be 6 and you

If you don't know what BEDMAS means, make sure to check Kimberly's scribe post!

a)

2+3x4 =

2+12 =

14

b)

10-6÷2 =

10-3 =

7

c)

(2+3)x4 =

5x4 =

20

d)

(10-6)÷2 =

4÷2 =

2

e)

8÷2² =

8÷4 =

2

f)

4x3÷2+5 =

12÷2+5 =

6+5 =

11

g) Create a math equation including +, -, ÷, x, brackets and exponents. The answer must be 6 and you

**can't**repeat any digits or use zero.This is what I got:

Here's a video on BEDMAS :

Nice Post Marie, I liked the way you made your answer into a picture. And i also liked the way that you used another scribe to help people with B.E.D.M.A.S.

ReplyDeleteI love the video that you put up explaining about BEDMAS! Really great. I also like how you changed the font on a couple of words.

ReplyDeleteGreat post Marie! I like your video and your like to Kimberly's scribe. I like how you changed the font colour in some areas. Nice post!

ReplyDeleteGood job Marie, you made your answer to a picture to help us how you answered the question and I liked how you used the Kim scribe to help people understand the meaning of B.E.D.M.A.S .

ReplyDeleteGreat job Marie! I really liked how you put a picture of the create a math question and next time you should put a bedmas link but it was still good.But I got something different I put (4x3)+12 divide it by 2 to the power of 2... But great job!

ReplyDeleteGreat job, Marie! I liked how you showed how you got the answer by using a picture and how you changed the color of the font on the important words. This will help people understand B.E.D.M.A.S.

ReplyDeletenice job Marie, i agree with your answer and i liked how you put your answer into a picture. you used Kim's scribe to help people understand B.E.D.M.A.S

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ReplyDeleteGreat job Marie, I got the same answers on the questions A-F. I also like how the picture is how you got question G. For G, i got (7+3)powered by 2 divided by 5x1-14=6

ReplyDeleteNice job Marie, i like how u made BEDMAS stick out and the video will help people who still doesn't understand BEDMAS.

ReplyDeleteMarie i really liked your scribepost and using kim's scribe to remind other people how to use BEDMAS and your answer really worked and the homework was there and the directions for the last question was easy to understand. GREAT JOB!

ReplyDeleteGreat post Marie! I agree with your answer for G. because you showed your work and it made sense. It also helped me to get my answer which is:

ReplyDelete(3x8)x1 squared %6+7-5=6

Something that you could have done to make it better is you could have made the font a little bigger.

Great job!! I agree with your answer because I did it in my head and I got the same answer. My question was (6 divided by 2)muliplyed by 4 to the exponent 1 + 3 subtract 9. I simplified it and got6. Next time I think you should make the important words bigger as well as change the colour which you did. GREAT JOB!!

ReplyDeletegood job Marie! I agree with your answer. This is what I got. (8x1)exponent2 divided 4+7-5. I liked how you showed a video about bedmas.

ReplyDeletegreat job marie, i like the video on BEDMAS it really explained how and what to do.You really explained G to me because i got mixed up and ended with 5, but the only reason i got 5 was because i subtracted one to many i should have ended up with 6. So over all awsome work!!

ReplyDeleteAweosme work Marie! I like how you used red for 'can't' and the video also helped me too. I agree with your work because it was very clear and easy to understand.

ReplyDeleteI liked how you used Kimberly's scribe post for people who didn't know about BEDMAS. I liked how you changed the font colour for keywords and BEDMAS!

ReplyDeleteYour blog post was very good! Your answer is correct and I know so because you explained it very well!For my answer I got (3x8)x1 squared %6+7-5=6 I'm pretty sure it's right because I looked it over a lot of times.

ReplyDeleteI really like your blog post, Marie! it was very good, I liked how you used Kimberly's scribe post, for those who didn't know what BEDMAS means. You explained it very well.

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I really like your post, Marie. It was really nice and neat. It would be better if you made the font bigger but overall, it's really nice.

ReplyDeletei like your post,Marie.I like the video that explains BEDMAS.I agree with you on the question,they are easy and understandable. Great job Marie!

ReplyDeleteVery good post Marie. I like the video. It helped me understand B.E.D.M.A.S.a little bit better. I agree with your answer. Here is what I got: (4squared+2)x3+6-24=6.

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ReplyDeleteI really like your post Marie. I liked the video because it helped me understand B.E.D.M.A.S. better and I also liked the picture of how you showed your answer. I agree with your equation for G and the equation I got was 6 squared divided by 4+(5x1)-8.

ReplyDeleteGood job Marie, I like your video and picture. I also got the same answers as you did and I liked your own equation. Because of you I am a little better at B.E.D.M.A.S. I can't wait to see your next one.

ReplyDeleteI like your post. I really like your equation, I think doing that would be almost impossible for me. I think I would have started at 6 and back track.

ReplyDeleteGreat post Marie! I like the video and everything else. Next time you should make the words bigger.

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ReplyDeleteGreat post Marie. I especially liked the video and picture. What I got was (13+5)/3x2squared-22+4=6

ReplyDeleteI liked the comment but i thought the font was really small.

ReplyDeleteGood job Marie i like the video and also how you put in what you got.

ReplyDeleteI like it but I agree... the font are a little small. Very well done though.

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