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Order of Operations
What is BIDMAS or BODMAS? Well BIDMAS reminds us of the order of operations. For we do not always simply calculate from left to right. For instance: how much is 2 + 3 x 2? Well if you think it is 10 then you need to check all of the next videos carefully because you are wrong!! The correct answer is 8! So please check the following videos during your maths revision which will explain to you what the correct order of operations is. You will learn and understand which operation comes first, second and third. Good luck and have fun!
