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What Is Bodmas Maths?

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BODMAS in mathematics refers to an order of operation. BODMAS refers to the order of dealing with the sums in the brackets first, followed by those linked by the term โ€˜ofโ€™, then division, multiplication, addition and lastly subtraction.
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BODMAS describes the order in which arithmetic operations must be carried out. B = Brackets. O = Order (power or index) D = Division. M = Multiplication. A = Addition. S = Subtraction
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BODMAS is Bracket Of Division Multiplication Addition Subtraction. It explains the order of operation in maths. for example. (3+4 ) * 1 will be evaluated as 3+4 = 7 +1 = 8. bracket
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Bodmas means: Bracket. Of. Division. Multiplication. Addition and. Subtraction. It means that if you have an equation like this: (2)4 + 5 * 0 - 6 / 2. You would do: 2^4 = 16. then
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b= brackets. o= over power. d= division. m= multiplication. a = addition. s = subtraction.
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