Chapters

Introduction

Learning Objectives

Recap of

Is it BODMAS or BIDMAS

I'm going to use BIDMAS

Can't I just use my calculator

Following the rules of BIDMAS

Examples of using BIDMAS

Summary

Order of operations (12 General)

Computation and practical arithmetic

Year 11

This is the first video in the series for General Mathematics. Looking at Order of Operations we recap some of the work which will have been taught in past years of your Mathematics education. Using BIDMAS (or BODMAS) I explain why we use it and how to use it using a range of examples. The theory is clear and easy to understand.

Published: July 11, 2020

Length: 14 mins and 51 seconds

Lesson notes

Lesson notes are provided in PDF format and can be downloaded by clicking the link below:

Exam resources

There are currently no associated exam questions for this topic.

Video tags

vce maths
maths tutorials
year 11 general maths
general maths units 1 and 2
order of operations
BIDMAS
BODMAS
Why do I need the order of operations
what are the order of operations
examples of order of operations
vce general maths
general maths

LEGAL STUFF

Where videos relate to VCE and I have used VCAA questions the following should be noted:

VCE Maths exam question content used by permission, ©VCAA. The VCAA is not affiliated with, and does not endorse, this video resource. VCE® is a registered trademark of the VCAA. Past VCE exams and related content can be accessed at www.vcaa.vic.edu.au