tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post8680405049934213934..comments2020-01-13T17:50:43.903-07:00Comments on Aggregated Intelligence: BODMAS or PEMDAS: It is elementary!Raj Raohttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02773005045522319448noreply@blogger.comBlogger71125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-56751641845580314152018-11-27T21:09:37.139-07:002018-11-27T21:09:37.139-07:00As a math teacher, I feel sad reading this.
Both ...As a math teacher, I feel sad reading this.<br /><br />Both BODMAS and PEMDAS are used to help children learn mathematics. As you grow, you can ignore these acronyms.<br /><br />I will try to show how to use these acronyms using the problems given in this forum.<br /><br />8÷2(2+0)<br /><br />BODMAS:<br />=8÷2(2)<br />=4(2)<br />=8<br /><br />PEMDAS:<br />=8÷2(2)<br />=16÷2 (note that 8÷2 can be seen as a fraction, 8÷2 = 8/2. When we multiply a fraction with a number, we just multiply the numerator so 8/2 x 2 = 16/2)<br />=8<br /><br />Rule 3:<br />=8(1+0)<br />=8(1)<br />=8<br /><br />Rule 4:<br />=(16+0)÷2<br />=16÷2<br />=8<br /><br />Rule 5:<br />=4(2+0)<br />=4(2)<br />=8<br /><br />Rule 6:<br />=4(2+0)<br />=(8+0)<br />=8<br /><br />How many rules do you need to learn?<br />If you are still bounded to these acronym, then you are not supposed to go to secondary school yet. Master your basic on primary school first.Lhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/14639620140517958961noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-65863324054498799352018-10-21T03:29:58.386-06:002018-10-21T03:29:58.386-06:00Result = p*q/s+r*t/y*t; //where p=9, q=8, r=7, s=6...Result = p*q/s+r*t/y*t; //where p=9, q=8, r=7, s=6, t=5, y=5<br /><br />= 9*8/6+7*5/5*5<br />= 72/6+35/5*5<br />= 12+7*5<br />= 12+35 = 47<br />Using BODMAS, I get 47<br /><br />= 9*8/6+7*5/5*5<br />= 72/6+35/25<br />= 12+1.4 = 13.4<br />Using PEMDAS, I get 13.4Unknownhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/15811587492813716478noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-64066475961610388402018-06-08T15:12:51.518-06:002018-06-08T15:12:51.518-06:00100% agree with this statement:
As others have st...100% agree with this statement:<br /><br />As others have stated, you have worked through the problem incorrectly using PEMDAS. Yes, the parentheses will be solved first (2), however then you complete the equation left to right if there are no exponents, doing either division or multiplication (whichever comes first, left to right). Once all multiplication and division is completed left to right, you complete any remaining addition/subtraction left to right.<br /><br />You do PEMDAS and BODMAS the same - in the direction the equation is written. They'll both give you the correct answer.<br /><br />Like I said before try Excel and you will get the correct answer.GLallyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/10144188975292080730noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-41941485718116417692018-06-08T15:08:53.491-06:002018-06-08T15:08:53.491-06:00Still a lot of people literally follow PEMDAS or B...Still a lot of people literally follow PEMDAS or BODMAS. When it comes to group of Multiplication and Divide in an equation, you should solve left to right. Same goes for Addition and Subtraction. Therefore:<br /><br />4-6/3+5*3<br />= 4-2+15<br />= 2+15<br />= 17 Correct<br /><br />If you have a doubt put the same equation in MS Excel and get your answer. Also read this article with examples.<br /><br />https://www.mathsisfun.com/operation-order-bodmas.htmlGLallyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/10144188975292080730noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-91579620933528777152018-05-22T14:40:38.582-06:002018-05-22T14:40:38.582-06:00Rao
48 - 48+3
48- 51
The - is just a sign to be ...Rao<br />48 - 48+3<br />48- 51<br /><br /><br />The - is just a sign to be used after addition in Bodmas.<br />Addition before subtractionedwin boakyehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13363696386727168344noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-41300008915725857782017-10-01T12:18:36.524-06:002017-10-01T12:18:36.524-06:00Lol u didn't go left to right, that's ur p...Lol u didn't go left to right, that's ur problem. Funny thing is you were so matter of fact about your answer and didn't even bother to follow the steps. PEMDAS and BODMAS are literally the same but I like pemdas cause I think it sounds betterAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-17438320663175283792017-09-19T00:45:50.783-06:002017-09-19T00:45:50.783-06:00As others have stated, you have worked through the...As others have stated, you have worked through the problem incorrectly using PEMDAS. Yes, the parentheses will be solved first (2), however then you complete the equation left to right if there are no exponents, doing either division or multiplication (whichever comes first, left to right). Once all multiplication and division is completed left to right, you complete any remaining addition/subtraction left to right.<br /><br />You do PEMDAS and BODMAS the same - in the direction the equation is written. They'll both give you the correct answer.mortalsolacehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/18336912885516733936noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-27945008392283210522017-09-06T05:03:24.178-06:002017-09-06T05:03:24.178-06:00I don't use a specific procedure, the way I ge...I don't use a specific procedure, the way I get it right according to a calculator is that you do brackets first, and then rewrite the equation with the answer of the brackets in place for example 3+8÷2(2+0) would be 3+8÷2x2 as I answered the brackets. Then you would answer all multiplication problems from left to right which would make the above equation equate to 3+8. Then you proceed to complete any addition or subtraction from left to right again and you will come to your answer of 11, check it on a calculator.Unknownhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13860254437134401828noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-53551410762937627512017-08-19T15:57:12.590-06:002017-08-19T15:57:12.590-06:00The rule is simple - when you have operations of t...The rule is simple - when you have operations of the same level do them starting from the left. So it doesn't matter division or multiplications - they are of the same level of importance so just do one on the left first, then the next which becomes left. Example: 6/2/1*2/2*4*5/2 => 6/2 => 3/1*2/2*4*5/2 => 3/1 => 3*2/2*4*5/2 => 3*2 => 6/2*4*5/2 => 6/2 => 3*4*5/2 => 12 => 12*5/2 => 12*5 => 60/2 = 30. This is how it works and either BODMAS(BEDMAS) and PEMDAS will work fine.Arik Iamhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02688789383630898518noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-8864953072805285422017-08-16T18:29:02.472-06:002017-08-16T18:29:02.472-06:00PEMDAS and BODMAS are not rules of math. They are...PEMDAS and BODMAS are not rules of math. They are both just acronyms used to try to apply the SAME order of operations rules. They CANNOT and DO NOT provide different results. They also mean exactly the same thing.<br />Parentheses or Brackets<br />Exponents or Orders<br />Multiplication and Division or Division and Multiplication<br />Addition and Subtraction<br /><br />MD means exactly the same thing as DMDale Williamshttps://www.blogger.com/profile/08972644168705988560noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-63820633465187600562017-08-15T03:40:08.439-06:002017-08-15T03:40:08.439-06:00Why not! It can be the part of denominator. Bodmas...Why not! It can be the part of denominator. Bodmas or bedmas is the correct way.. According to you it is actually (6/2)(1+2).. so actually you are not following pemdas..you are just adding parenthesis and seperating them..Unknownhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/07676281656176386463noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-22690625399339482122017-08-15T02:22:03.285-06:002017-08-15T02:22:03.285-06:00Using PEMDAS for multiplication and division requi...Using PEMDAS for multiplication and division requires a rule::You have to start solving from left to right... <br /><br />On the other hand using BODMAS does not require any rule.. Just do the division before you do the multiplication.. Whether left to right or right to left or middle to anywhere as long as division is done before multiplication.. Eg:<br /><br /> 6/2*3 =9 <br /><br />6*2/3 using PEMDAS: (6*2)/3=4<br />6*2/3 using BODMAS: 6*(2/3)=4<br /><br /><br />Just make sure to start from left to right while using PEMDAS... on the other hand, while using BODMAS, do not worry, you will get the correct solution. Unknownhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/11881572900260163504noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-57500738015296086622017-07-23T18:15:14.895-06:002017-07-23T18:15:14.895-06:00M and D have the same rank as well as A and S are ...M and D have the same rank as well as A and S are on the same rank.<br />Whoever is at the left side will be the commanding officer. So, as the officer in command will get the priority to lead.<br />Ovidio Dulayhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/00234271459604291647noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-61350170371165217552017-07-21T08:33:29.088-06:002017-07-21T08:33:29.088-06:00You did pemdas wrong. Multiply & divide left ...You did pemdas wrong. Multiply & divide left to right you will also get 8.TeRysa Pattersonhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/05658248134377006718noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-90124990560228150262017-07-19T13:30:50.089-06:002017-07-19T13:30:50.089-06:00PEMDAS and BODMAS ..... reverse the order of multi...PEMDAS and BODMAS ..... reverse the order of multiplication vs division ..... but in REALITY they are EQUAL ...not actually prioritized because the order is opposite for dm and md. So the ONLY way to get the same answer is to solve the equation left to right and treat multiplication and division as equal. The correct way to write the acronym cannot be linear.<br />tblounthttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06918516185618471984noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-12308551319907432472017-06-17T20:29:43.989-06:002017-06-17T20:29:43.989-06:001+2/1 or 1/1+2 . 😅 1+2/1 or 1/1+2 . 😅 Unknownhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09293363258342416530noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-39589139959001470752017-06-12T14:05:02.319-06:002017-06-12T14:05:02.319-06:00Actually, we can have a different answer in the si...Actually, we can have a different answer in the simple math problem of 8÷2×2.<br /><br />Using PEMDAS will give you an answer of 2, but using BODMAS will give you 8.<br /><br />Luvie Doobiedoohttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09191067603651136046noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-73663059215237635662017-06-04T11:27:24.799-06:002017-06-04T11:27:24.799-06:00A late comment ... PEMDAS and BODMAS are just m...A late comment ... PEMDAS and BODMAS are just mnemonics help children learn precedence of operations. They have the same effect!<br /><br />Division and multiplication are equivalent operations, since you can replace them in an equation, as is often done when solving problems:<br /><br />6÷2 is the same as 6x(1/2)<br /><br />Addition and subtraction have a similar relationship:<br /><br />6 - 2 is the same as 6 + (-2) <br /><br />So when dealing with multiplication and division (or addition and subtraction) neither takes precedence over the other, and you perform the calculation from left to right.<br /><br />Part of the problem (confusion?) is from the typesetting of the content<br /><br />6÷2x(2+1) can be written (as on a piece of paper) as:<br /><br /> 6 <br />--- x (2+1) = 9<br /> 2<br /><br />6÷2x(2+1) is NOT<br /><br /> 6<br />--------<br /> 2(2+1)<br /><br /><br />The issue stems from how we visualise the problem. Have a look at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_operationsrhphttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09321590669006883483noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-88813850372430885052017-04-04T15:31:00.463-06:002017-04-04T15:31:00.463-06:00Everyone is missing the whole point of brackets. ...Everyone is missing the whole point of brackets. Division and multiplication are equal. And addition and subtraction are equal. When writing an equation you write it from left to right and you insert brackets if anything needs to be done in a different order than left to right. Keeping in mind that div/multi comes before add/Sub.<br /><br />6÷2x(2+1) would be written like this:<br /><br />6÷2(2+1)<br />6÷2(3)<br />6÷2x3<br />3x3<br />9<br /><br /><br />The wrong way people do it is by forgetting multi and division are equals and you do whichever of them is farther left first unless there's a bracket.<br /><br />6÷(2×(2+1)) is the equation you're solving when you're doing 6÷2(2+1) the wrong way. 6÷2(3) the 3 is in brackets does not mean you multiply it first . The brackets at that point are moot and it's just a multiplication. 6÷2×3 . Now left to right because there are no more brackets and all the equations are even. You could convert it all from a mix of division to only containing multiplication (to 6 × 1/2 × 3 ) and you'll still get 9. But that's for advanced mathematics.<br /><br /><br />6÷(2x3)<br />6÷6<br />1<br /><br />Or<br /><br />(1/6)(2×3)<br />(1/6)(6)<br />1<br /><br />This is actually correct 100% guaranteed<br />Unknownhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/16020220159590264310noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-68454333398550314582017-02-23T09:43:44.378-07:002017-02-23T09:43:44.378-07:006÷2(3) is not equal to 6÷2x3
In first case the sim...6÷2(3) is not equal to 6÷2x3<br />In first case the simplification is 6÷6=1 and in the next case it is 3x3=9FIRSANhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01069151080169491097noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-746619659389907952017-02-08T20:32:39.785-07:002017-02-08T20:32:39.785-07:00Maam u have to add all the positive numbers togeth...Maam u have to add all the positive numbers together and then the negative numbers together and then substract.u cannot add -48 and +3 and even if u do that u donot get +51!!u get-45!!Arunita Sarkar Mookherjeehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13269342023070692649noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-61411598603262789892017-02-08T20:29:52.194-07:002017-02-08T20:29:52.194-07:00Maam u have to add all the positive numbers togeth...Maam u have to add all the positive numbers together and then the negative numbers together and then substract.u cannot add -48 and +3 and even if u do that u donot get +51!!u get-45!!Unknownhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13269342023070692649noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-23175258156545304612017-01-14T02:35:35.760-07:002017-01-14T02:35:35.760-07:00Hi,
PEMDAS = Parenthesis, Exponent, Multiplication...Hi,<br />PEMDAS = Parenthesis, Exponent, Multiplication, Division, Addition and Substraction;<br />BOMDAS (Brackets, order, multiplication/division, addition/subtraction);<br /><br />are not the unique expressions. They incite us to think that a priority exists between multiplications and divisions (same for additions and substractions). They confuses, they are not the unique names:<br /><br />PEMDAS = PEMDSA = PEDMAS = PEDMSA<br />BOMDAS = BOMDSA = BODMAS = BODMSA<br /><br />A unique name should not be used to indicate the priority of the operations.<br /><br />Best regards.Abelardo León Gonzálezhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06450092998338648973noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-8922252125589350922017-01-08T00:29:28.736-07:002017-01-08T00:29:28.736-07:00In pemdas you are supposed to multiply and divide ...In pemdas you are supposed to multiply and divide left to right so for your equation 6÷3×2=4 6÷3=2 2×2=4. Do you see where you get it they both give the same answer but the more everyone trys to complicate it the more confusion we creat. By just simply doing it in two steps its easier. It does not matter if you have division fist or multiply first in the equation as long as you go from left to right. <br />If you just follow pemdas with out remembering that when you reach md and as you do that from left to right if you have add before subtract you add first if you have divide before multiply you divide first. Everyone is trying to make ot so hard yet its so easyUnknownhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/03246247829199016276noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7656888.post-11682135070511424802017-01-07T07:13:30.537-07:002017-01-07T07:13:30.537-07:00The BODMAS calculator at https://play.google.com/s...The BODMAS calculator at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mbradley.sumtree.view will provide interactive checks on results.<br /><br />Its a nice way to look at the BODMAS/PEDMAS questions.<br /><br />thanks<br />MartinSimple Mathematicshttps://www.blogger.com/profile/07792239748659993696noreply@blogger.com