# Evaluating Numerical Expressions using PEMDAS Worksheets

With our free evaluating numerical expressions using PEMDAS worksheets, not only do students steer clear of the confusion about which math operation to start with while simplifying a numerical expression, they also have a crystal-clear picture of which order to follow while at it. "PEMDAS" in an acronym for parentheses, exponents, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction. Think of the mnemonic phrase "Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally", and the operations will be at your service one after another. Explore the full gamut of PEMDAS with our pdf worksheets presenting expressions with either both parentheses and exponents or one of them at play.

CCSS: 5.OA, 6.EE

Numerical Expressions involving Four Operations

Evaluate expressions like you have been at it for ages, with this printable worksheet! Incorporate the DMAS rule, perform the four arithmetic operations in the order, and find the value of the expressions. Prove your numerical mettle!

Expressions with Parentheses | Easy

With this pdf worksheet on, recognizing a numerical expression with parentheses won't be half as challenging for 5th grade and 6th grade students. Perform the operations within the parentheses first; move on to the other parts to evaluate them.

Expressions with Parentheses | Moderate

In this free moderate practice resource on PEMDAS, students face off against expressions with multiple parentheses. Reduce the expressions inside the parentheses to a number and then proceed with the other operations in the appropriate order.

Expressions involving Exponents | Easy

The defiant and resolute students in grade 6 and grade 7 have a refreshing resource to practice simplifying arithmetic expressions involving exponents. This easy exercise includes two operators per expression so working with powers is easy.

Expressions involving Exponents | Moderate

In this printable PEMDAS worksheet, learners are up against arithmetic expressions involving three to four operations and two exponential notations. By solving the problems here, they hone in on simplifying numerical expressions involving exponents.

PEMDAS | Parentheses and Exponents

Linked here is an all-in-one pdf that the fledgling PEMDAS practitioners in 7th grade and 8th grade will hold dear for a long time. Evaluate expressions with parentheses, exponents, multiplication/division, and addition/subtraction, all at once!