Organizing Information - Math Examples

We can see the use of chronological ordering in the performing of math operations from addition and subtraction to multiplication and division. In each of these operations we are following a series of steps in a certain order. For example, Step 2 precedes Step 3 and follows Step 1. We use this order to help us follow what is happening in the solving of the problem. Let's try some!  
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Which of these lists is the correct order for performing mathematics operations?
+, -, x , / , ()
x, /, +, - , ()
(), x, /, +, -
None of the above
 

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