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2014-01-19T19:30:12+05:30
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. 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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2014-01-19T20:12:34+05:30
Bodmas stands for bracket of division multiplication addition subtraction .In this type of problems, first remove the brackets.then attend the division part if any.If not,look for multiplication and then addition and then subtraction.
In this way you can solve Bodmas problems very easily.
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