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Published on February 5, 2014

Author: devahari7

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Brackets
Indices
Division
Multiplication
Addition
Subtraction

BIDMAS

What does BIDMAS stand for? B I D M A S Brackets Indices Division Multiplication Addition Subtraction

Example 1 2 X 3² + (4+5) = 2 X 3² + 9 =2 X 9 + 9 =18 + 9 =27 B I D M A S

Now try this! Remember to follow the rules of BIDMAS

These are the normal basic stuff about BIDMAS Hope you enjoyed it!

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