This video shows how you can use order of operations to evaluate mathematical expressions that include exponents, parentheses, fractions, decimals, absolute value, square roots, mixed number fractions, brackets, integers, negative numbers and so forth.

Here is a list of topics in this video:
1. Addition & Subtraction Including Negative Numbers Using The Number Line
8 +5, 12-3, 3-7, -3-4, 7-(-3), and -9-(-4)
2. Multiplication & Division With Addition & Subtraction (PEMDAS)
3+8×5, 18-12/3, 5+8-3, 12/3×5, 36/4×3+9
3. Exponents With Multiplication & Division
3+5^2, 7^2-8, 3(4)^2, 64/2^2, 5^2×3, 2^3 x 4-8
4. Brackets, Parentheses, & Exponents:
3[5-(2+1)^2], 90/[7-(3+1)^2]+8
5. How To Add & Subtract Two and Three Fractions
6. Multiplying and Dividing Fractions (Keep, Change, Flip)
7. How To Convert Mixed Fractions Into Improper Fractions
8. How To Multiply Two Mixed Fractions – Order of Operations
9. How To Evaluate Absolute Value Expressions
10. Order of operations With Decimal Numbers
11. Order of operations With Square Roots

I introduce polynomial functions and give examples of what their graphs may look like. I then go over how to determine the End Behavior of these graphs. Part 2 will include finding y-intercepts, x-intercepts and their multiplicity, determining even or odd, and sketching the function. At minute 2:34 I say that f(x)=4 has an exponent…