Order of operations (12 General)
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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
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