# Order of Operations Worksheets

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Journey through this myriad collection of free printable order of operations worksheets and give yourself a refreshingly unique edge while evaluating an arithmetic expression by performing addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. There are exclusive resources that flick through the basic operations, exponents, rational numbers, nested parentheses, and more.

These pdf worksheets on order of operations are highly beneficial for students in grade 4 through grade 8.

CCSS: 5.OA, 5.NBT, 6.EE, 7.EE

Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide | DMAS

Be in your ordering element by performing the four arithmetic operations while evaluating an expression in the DMAS order! Make it easy for 5th grade, 6th grade and 7th grade students to lay a firm foundation for integer addition and subtraction.

Evaluate the Numerical Expressions Using PEMDAS

Page through this stock of PEMDAS or BODMAS worksheets and make sense of the process of simplifying numerical expressions involving parentheses, exponents, multiplication/division, and addition/subtraction!

Evaluating Numerical Expressions with Whole Numbers

Let 4th grade, 5th grade and 6th grade students not lose hold on these printable worksheets that multiply/divide and add/subtract whole numbers and simplify the expressions.

Evaluating Expressions with Parentheses

Do both (7 + 14) ÷ 2 and 7 + 14 ÷ 2 yield the same value? How are expressions with parentheses evaluated? Answer these and a whole lot of questions by walking through these free order of operations worksheets for grade 5 through grade 8.

Evaluating Expressions Involving Exponents

Stay the course and excel in evaluating arithmetic expressions with exponential notations. Evaluate whole numbers and integers raised to single-digit powers and press on comparing expressions and finding the missing numbers as you level up!

Evaluating Numerical Expressions with Fractions

Featured here are arithmetic expressions involving like and unlike fractions. Recapitulate finding LCM. Determine the sum, difference, product, and quotient of fractions. Arrive at their values. This is how simple it is!

Evaluating Numerical Expressions with Decimals

Let your simplification skills go great guns with these pdf worksheets! Evaluate the expressions by adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimal numbers with up to hundredths places. There are decimal numbers with exponents too.

Evaluating Numerical Expressions with Integers

Introduce young learners to the numerical intrigue of integer operations with this batch of pdf worksheets on order of operations. They stick to the sign rules to find the sum, difference, product, and quotient of integers and obtain the values of the expressions.

Comparing Numerical Expressions

Join a league super-superior to your peers by acquiring the unique skill of comparing expressions! Grade 6 and grade 7 students obtain the values of the expressions, compare expressions using comparison signs, and also match equivalent expressions.

Missing Operators

Engage yourself with this practice set enclosing expressions with missing operators or symbols. With the values of the expressions already provided, all you need to do is rearrange the equations, perform the operations, and find the unknown operators.

Expressions with Parentheses, Brackets, and Braces

Practice reducing expressions involving multiple grouping symbols with this array of printable exercises. Bear in mind that in a simplification process, parentheses are given the first priority followed by brackets and braces. That's the order to stick to.

Evaluating Expressions with Nested Parentheses

Where will you begin simplifying when you have multiple parentheses within a pair of parentheses? If this sounds tricky, it's because it's tricky. With our pemdas worksheets involving nested parentheses, you know the innermost parenthetical is where to start.

Evaluating Numerical Expressions with Rational Numbers

While they are at these free resources, 7th grade and 8th grade students will make merry simplifying numerical expressions involving rational numbers. Such numbers are an all-inclusive set of positive and negative fractions and decimals, and integers.