Enter the results of calculations inside brackets, orders, division/multiplication, and addition/subtraction into the calculator to determine the result using the BODMAS rule.

## Bodmas Rule Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the result using the BODMAS rule.

Result = B + O + D/M + A/S

Variables:

- B is the result of calculations inside brackets ()
- O is the result of orders (powers and square roots, etc.)
- D/M is the result of division and multiplication (from left to right)
- A/S is the result of addition and subtraction (from left to right)

To calculate the result using the BODMAS rule, first perform any calculations inside brackets. Then, calculate any orders (powers and square roots, etc.). Next, perform any division and multiplication operations from left to right. Finally, perform any addition and subtraction operations from left to right. The sum of these results will give the final result according to the BODMAS rule.

## What is a Bodmas Rule?

BODMAS rule is a mathematical principle used to clarify the order of operations in calculations that involve multiple mathematical operations. The acronym stands for Brackets, Orders (powers and square roots, etc.), Division and Multiplication (left-to-right), Addition and Subtraction (left-to-right). This rule ensures that calculations are done in the correct sequence to avoid any discrepancies in the result.

## How to Calculate Bodmas Rule?

The following steps outline how to calculate using the Bodmas Rule.

- First, calculate the result of calculations inside brackets (B).
- Next, calculate the result of orders (powers and square roots, etc.) (O).
- Next, calculate the result of division and multiplication (from left to right) (D/M).
- Finally, calculate the result of addition and subtraction (from left to right) (A/S).

**Example Problem : **

Use the following variables as an example problem to test your knowledge.

B = 5

O = 2

D/M = 10

A/S = 3