Make two arithmetic expressions where you use PEMDAS rule to simplify the expression. All the work should be shown. Make sure the expressions include all the order of operations in them: Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication and Division, addition and subtraction.

Simplifying the Expressions:

Example 1:
(4 + 5) * 4 – 3^2 + 9(2)
9 * 4 – 3^2 + 9(2) Parentheses—Addition
9 * 4 − 9 + 9(2) Exponents
36 − 9 + 18 Multiplication, Left To Right
27 + 18 Subtraction, Left To Right
45 Addition

Why are the orders of operations required when simplifying expressions?

The Order of Operations is very important when simplifying expressions and equations.

The Order of Operations is a standard that defines the order in which you should simplify different operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

This standard is critical to simplifying and solving different algebra problems. Without it, two different people may interpret an equation or expression in different ways and come up with different answers.

The Order of Operations is shown below:

Parentheses and Brackets: Simplify the inside of parentheses and brackets before you deal with the exponent (if any) of the set of parentheses or remove the parentheses.

Exponents: Simplify the exponent of a number or of a set of parentheses before you multiply, divide, add, or subtract it.

Multiplication and Division: Simplify multiplication and division in the order that they appear from left to right.

Addition and Subtraction: Simplify addition and subtraction in the order that they appear from left to right.

To remember the order of operations of PEMDAS is using the phrase: "Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally"…

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Arithmetic Operators
Several common arithmetic operators are allowed in VB.Net given in the following table:
Arithmetic Operator Meaning
+ Add
- Subtract
* Multiply
/ Divide
Mod Remainder or modulo
Example:-
Dim quotient As Double = 0 ' result of division
Dim num1 As Integer = 10 ' operand variables
Dim num2 As Integer = 2
sum = num1 + num2
difference = num1 - num2
product = num1 * num2
quotient = num1 / num2
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Assignment Operators
Assignment operators are used to assign values to variables. Common assignment operators in VB.Net are:
Assignment Operator Meaning
= Simple assignment
+= Additive assignment
-= Subtractive assignment
*= Multiplicative assignment
/= Division assignment
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2. Perform simple animation using the nested if-then-else conditional statement in Visual Basic 6.0
3. Appreciate the essence of nested if-then-else conditional statement in making animation in Visual Basic 6.0
II. SUBJECT MATTER
Topic: The Nested If-Then-Else Statement in VB 6.0
Sub-topic: Making Simple Animation Using VB 6.0
Materials Needed:
Whiteboard Marker
Whiteboard
LCD Projector
Laptop (Computer)
Visual Aids
Pointer
Reference(s):
Understanding Structured Programming by Penaflorida, Vizcarra and Fernandez
www.google.com
www.youtube.com
III. PREPARATION
A. Preparation
1. Daily Routine
2.1 Prayer
2.2 Greetings
2.3 Checking of Attendance
2.4 Checking of Assignments
2. Recall of past lesson
-Teacher will call at least two to three students to recall the past lesson.
B. Presentation
B.1. Motivation
“HangAroo” Game
* The students gives a letter corresponds to the answers
B.2. Definition of Terms
Animation - is the rapid display of a sequence of images to create an illusion of movement.
Boolean Expression - A Boolean expression is an expression that evaluates to a value of the Boolean Data Type: True or False.
B.3. Lesson Proper
HOW TO MAKE A SIMPLE ANIMATION USING NESTED IF-THEN-ELSE STATEMENT IN VISUAL BASIC 6.0
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