Strange Operators

Summary
Understanding and solving problems with strange operators in advanced algebra is crucial for GRE test-takers, emphasizing the importance of not panicking and methodically applying given rules.
• Strange operators are symbols in math problems that are unfamiliar and defined within the test question itself.
• The GRE will always provide a rule for how to use these operators, making it essential to carefully read and apply these instructions.
• Practical examples include operations like 'star', 'arrow', and 'phi', each with specific rules for calculation.
• Key to solving these problems is to not panic, as these symbols are new to everyone and to follow the provided rule precisely.
• Order of operations is crucial, especially when expressions involve parentheses, ensuring the correct sequence of calculations.
Chapters
00:01
Introduction to Strange Operators
00:40
Applying Given Rules
03:01
Practical Application and Examples
02:32
Maintaining Composure and Methodical Calculation

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