Math Explained Easy 1 - Order of Operations, what first?

What to calculate first? Don't just go from left to right ;)
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Math Explained Easy 1 - Order of Operations, what first?
Rating: 4.7 out of 5 (100 ratings)
3,448 students
Know how to calculate any sum correctly within Math
Using the right Order of Operations
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Requirements

  • know what is summation, substraction, multiplication and division

Description

Welcome to the Math Explained Easy - Order of Operations course. - The most important fundamental of Math


The problems with the Order of Operations is that everyone has learned them once. Only it is so easy to forget. Especially when you're focussed on a difficult math problem and meanwhile you have to focus on the order too.


This course is designed to tackle that problem. Within the first video the order of operations are shortly explained. Afterwards examples are given so you will remember it. Afterwards I created a bunch of exercises for you which you have to practise to keep remembering those rules. 

Then we go even deeper within the subject matter, more examples are given and more practise material is delivered for you. 


Is there something you don't understand? I created nice explanation videos in which every question is completely explained. Do you still have questions. You can always reach me, if you have them other students do too so than I can even improve my course material :)


That's it! Happy Math!


Who this course is for:

  • A beginner in Math
  • But also someone who makes a lot of mistakes in the subject matter.

Course content

4 sections • 7 lectures • 36m total length
  • Introduction
    01:32

Instructor

Education Specialist
Antonie van Voorden
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Fun, interesting, social.


That's the reason I teach.


While studying my master degree (at Tilburg University), I was already teaching other students. Not only individuals but I was also giving tutorships to small classes.


After my study I went backpacking in Australia and afterwards I started a traineeship at one of the biggest Insurance companies (Achmea). Next to that work I was always teaching just because I love it. In the evening hours I went to the teaching academy to learn more and more about teaching and afterwards I decided to startup my own business specialized in Math and Statistics.

Now after years of experience of trial and error, I experience that the way I explain statistics to my students became super efficient. Now my next step in my carreer is to not explain it to students studying in the Netherlands but to students all over the world. 

What's a better way to that than on Udemy?