BODMAS Rule & Questions

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    What is a BODMAS Rule?

    BODMAS is a mathematical acronym that stands for “Brackets, Orders, Division, Multiplication, Addition and Subtraction”. It is used as a guide to determine the order in which mathematical operations should be performed.

    The acronym is typically used to remind students of the correct order in which operations should be performed, starting with the operation inside brackets, followed by orders (such as powers or roots), division, multiplication, addition and finally subtraction. This helps to ensure that calculations are performed consistently and accurately.


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