Calculations using the Order of Operations
The order of operations are rules that govern which mathematical
operations are done first.
 Do operations in parentheses and other grouping symbols first. If there are
grouping symbols within other grouping symbols do the innermost first.
 Do multiplication and division operations from left to right.
 Do addition and subtraction operations from left to right
Example: 2+3*(4+(6*38))*2
2+3*(4+(188))*2
2+3*(4+10)*2
2+3*14*2
2+42*2
2+84
86
