In this equation , we will add first, since    a/(b+c)  is one term and +d the other
bt if we apply bodmas rule then we should do divide first na
a(b+c) is a single term and we apply bodmas between 2 terms

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A/(b-c)  + d  

1.  compute b - c   first.  as that is inside the parenthesis / brackets. Hence Subtract first.

2.  next   divide A by the result above.

3.  next  add d to the result above 

The given expression should be treated as  :
            [   A / (b-c)  ]  +  d 

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