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Kona Mix Plate Order Of Operations

Your job is to use the Order Of Operations rules (PEMDAS) to answer the following questions. Here is an example:
Ex. - Your friends at work send you to get the take-out food from Kona Mix Plate.  Your friends have ordered   2 Hamburgers ($4.75 ea), 4 Beef teriyaki sandwiches ($4.95 ea.), 4 orders of fries ($1.25 ea.), and 6 large pepsi's ($1.50 ea.) The total bill will be paid by 1 person (your boss).
So now we will write an equation and solve using the Order Of Operations.-
(
( 2 x $4.75) + (4 x $4.95) + (4 x $1.25) + (6 x $1.50) )- 1 =

   (  $9.50      +      $9.90     +      $5.00     +       $9.00    )  - 1 =    
          $33.40      -   1=   $33.40

1.  Your first order is 3 Bulgogi sandwiches, 5  fish teriyaki sandwiches, 2 orders of fries, and 2 medium pepsi's, and 4 large pepsi's.  The bill will be split among 2 people.  Write an equation and solve!!

 




2.  The next time you go pick up the take-out food you need to get 3  chicken katsu sandwiches, 2 orders of the saimin, 3 orders of the calamari sandwich. You also need to get 3 orders of fries, and 6 large pepsi's.  This bill will be split among 3 people.

 





3. On Friday you go to the Kona Mix Plate and have to get 5 orders of the Chicken Teriyaki sandwich,   4 orders of the Fish Teriyaki sandwich plate,  3 orders of the Mandu soup,  5 orders of fries,  and 7 large pepsi's.  This bill will be split among 5 people.

 

 



4.  The next time your friends at work order some take out, you need 6 Korean chicken sandwiches,  4 cheeseburgers, 3 pork teriyaki sandwiches, 5 orders of fries, and 9 large pepsi's. This bill will be split among 10 people!


 




5. The next time you get the take out from Kona Mix Plate, you need to pick up 3 orders of the mahi-mahi sandwich, 5 hamburgers, 2 tonkatsu sandwiches, 6 orders of fries, 2 salads,  4 orders of rice, 1 bowl of saimin,  and 9 small pepsi's.
There will be 2 people that will split this bill.






Hawaii Content Standards used- " Students understand the meaning of operations and how they relate to each other.
Benchmark- " Students recognize and use properties and order of operations on rational numbers."