Can you think of any PEMDAS sayings?

The order of Operations, can yuo think of anything besides Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally?

Parenthesis

Exponent

Multilication

Division

Addition

Subtraction

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  • “Purple Elephants May Destroy A School”

    Pink Elephants Make Dandy Apple Sauce

    Please Execute My Deadly Anteater Silently

    Please Execute My Deranged Alien Secretary

    Please Eat My Dear Annoying Sister

    Please Eat My Dad’s Apple Sauce

    Poached Eggs Make Dad Add Salt

  • Pemdas Sayings

  • P Parentheses first

    E Exponents (ie Powers and Square Roots, etc.)

    MD Multiplication and Division (left-to-right)

    AS Addition and Subtraction (left-to-right)

    In the UK they say BODMAS (Brackets, Orders, Divide, Multiply, Add, Subtract), and in Canada they say BEDMAS (Brackets, Exponents, Divide, Multiply, Add, Subtract). Many African and European countries will also say BIDMAS (the I standing for “indices”). It all means the same thing! It doesn’t really matter how you remember it, just so long as you get it right.

    For PEMDAS, you could try many things, although just remember that you could always use the other abbreviations if you can think of something better that makes it easier for you!

    P aul,

    E very

    M ay,

    D ances

    A t

    S chool

    B oth

    O ld

    D ames

    M arried

    A

    S ir

  • Poly Ester Modifys Deadly Acrylic Sharks

  • Warning! Slightly Vulgar….

    Pleasure

    Every

    Man’s

    Daughter

    After

    Seventeen

  • Pirates Eat Marshmallows During All Sails

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    Praise Every Mom Dad And Sister or Put Every Medical Device Away Safely

  • We got so tired to hearing about it in my algebra class that it became Please Execute My Dear Aunt Sally.

  • its BEDMAS i guess you could say pedmas but in all my textbooks it says bedmas

    brackets

    exponents

    multiplication

    division

    addition

    subtraction

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