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It is used in evaluating almost all mathematical expressions. The only exceptions are ones which involve only addition and subtraction, or only multiplication and division, or are so trivial that the are expressed in BODMAS order.
BracketsOperations ,Order,OfDivisionMultiplicationAdditionSubtrationThat's BODMAS!
BIDMAS, BODMAS and BEDMAS all pretty much mean the same thing, although BEDMAS is the least used, BODMAS is used by most mathematicians, and BIDMAS is mainly used for teaching people about it.
BODMAS describes the order in which arithmetic operations must be carried out. B = Brackets O = Order (power or index) D = Division M = Multiplication A = Addition S = Subtraction. So 2+3*4 is not to be calculated as 2+3 = 5 and 5*4 = 20 but 3*4 = 12 and 2+12 = 14 BODMAS requires that the multiplication is calculated before the addition.
i THINK THERE IS NO LOGIC BEHIND BODMAS RULE. IT IS JUST A CONVENTION.
its mean the opposite
you will understand when you are older