is it PEMDAS OR BEDMAS?

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BODMAS as far as i remember
same thing.. p=parentheses, b=brackets
brackets/parentheses, exponents, division, multiplication, addition, subtraction

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bodmas, small town 32 km east of karachi
itll be whatever allows you to recall the proper order of operations :)
1. groupings 2. multiply and divide left to right 3. add and subtract left to right
Bodmas!!! Bracket off division,, rest stuff
not a town!
never heard of bedmas
or bodmas
i heard of pemdas
it is excactly what i said it was 5 hours ago@!
id perfer just to work the problems according to the proper order of notations :) i aint got room for no memory devices
bedmas sounds cool
ishaan BODMAS?
It should actually be something like: P E MD AS As whatever acronym you use, you have to remember that Multiplication and Division are done from left to right. One doesn't come before the other unless there are other circumstances (e.g. parentheses). Same with Addition and Subtraction. In different parts of the world different acronyms are used BEDMAS, I know is used in Canada and PEMDAS is often used in the U.S. Notice in BEDMAS and PEMDAS that the M and D come in different orders, but they are correct if you remember what I said above.
BODMAS (UK)
we were taught it in our schools BODMAS
p and e are the same
they are both groupings
whatever helps though to do order of operations
yuhuu thanks estudier some is supporting
lol
does it matter? open the brackets and solve keep it simple @akshay
THANK YOU!
PEMDAS (US)
lol
easy: (4-6)^2 ... is it -2^2? or 4^2 -2(24) + 36 ?
no it matters
BODMAS is right too
lol sorry for being so persistent
There are probably quite a few versions in other languages too.
9 viewing cool
make it 10 now
lol its whatever helps one to learn the order of operations i never used the abbreviation PEMDAS until i thought fundamentals of math
taught*
which is correct: foil, liof, oilf, ofli , or the other 20 ways to write it?
lol you check bodmas before solving question lol imagine that when doing JEE problems lol@akshay
lol no!! you will leave 90 percent of your paper if you do so..hehe
lol
Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally
LOL
welcome to kindergarten :)

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