# Order of Operations 6

Directions: Using the digits 1 to 5, at most one time each, place a digit in each box to create an expression with the largest possible value.

### Hint

Where would you put your largest digit?

4^5+2*3 or 4^5+3*2

Source: Matt Donahue

## Greatest Common Factor

Directions: Using the digits 0 to 9 at most one time each, place a digit …

1. my answer was:5 to the 4 power +4×2=1258

2. my answer was 5 to the 4 power +4×2=1258 too

• Remember… order of operations matter. Most teachers use GEMS or PEMDAS. In any case, you would need to multiply first before adding.

Example: 5 to the 4th power plus 4 times 2 would be…(exponents first)… 625 plus 4 times 2… (then multiply second)… 625 plus 8… (finish it)… 633.

Hope this helps!

• If you did pemdas it would be different because (5⁴+4)2 would then be (625+4)2 then (1250+8)=1258. But all of these won’t work because you can only use each number once and 4 is used twice in all of these.

3. 2+(3×7+9)=(1-5)/(8×4)
2x(3/7-9)=(1+5)x(8+4)
2-(3x7x9)=(1-5)-(8/4)
22/(3-7/9)=(1×5)(8-4)
2x(3+7+9)=(1/5)(8×4)

4. 2^3+4×1=12
1^2+3×5=16
5^3+4×3=137
4^4+5×2=266
5^5+1×2=3127
4^5+3×1=1027

5. 4^5+3×2=1030

6. 4^5+2*3 or 4^5+3*2 is the answer I think.

7. 4^5+2*3 or 4^5+3*2

8. 5^4+3×2=1,256
4^3+5×2=138
4^5+3×1=1,027
3^5+2×4=980

9. 4²+5×2 or 5²+2×4

10. 5^4+4×2= 258

11. I got 2 over the power of 3 +5×4

12. It would be 5 to the power of 4 and the answer to that would be 625.

13. 4^5+2*3

14. Barbie Cardenas

the answer will be 4^5+2*3 or it could be 4^5+3*2 any of these can be use as an answer.

15. 2
4 +4×5=

16+ 20 = 36

16. 2
3 +4×5= 9+ 20 =29

17. 5^3+2*4 = 133

18. 4^5 + 2*3 = 1030

19. 4^5+2*3 or 4^5+3*2

20. 4^5 + 5*3 = 1039

21. I think it is 4^5+3*2

22. I believe it is 4 with an exponent of 5 plus 2 times 3

23. I think it is 4^5+2*3

24. 4^5+2×3=1030

25. 5^4+3*2 or 4^5+3*2

26. I don’t understand it also as my reflection it it was easy

27. 5^4 + 4*3

28. My answer that I got was 4^5+2*3.

29. 4 to the 5th power +3 X 2=2054

30. i was going to guess 5^4=3×2

31. 4*5+3×2

32. 4^5+3•2

33. Eliott Germain-Aubrey

4^5+3*2

35. I got 4^5+2*3

36. I got 4^5+3*2