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# DMAS rule in Maths?

Does any one know about this rule in Maths. The DMAS- First comes Division, then Multiplication, then Addition and finally Subraction?

If yes then can anyone explain about it. I was taught about it in my 6th standard in my school, but now i forgot it?

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- Mr. QLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
PEMDAS

parenthesis, exponents, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction.

if i asked you 2 + 3 * 6, you MUST multiply 3 * 6 first, because it comes before addition in the PEMDAS

2 + 3 * 6 = 20,

2 + 3 * 6 does not = 30.

another example:

(5 + 2) * 2 + 5 =

(7) * 2 + 5 =

14 + 5 =

19

hope this helped!

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- 1 decade ago
I am not sure about DMAS rule but I know the BODMAS rule which stands for Brackets Operations Division Multiplication Adiddition and Subtraction. The BODMAS rule is used for sophisticated math equations where the all the bodmas components are mixed up. Therefore we would calculate the question in the order of BODMAS. This means that we would solve the Bracket first then the Operation, then the Division, then the Multiplication, then the Addition then the Subtraction

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- Anonymous1 decade ago
It is BODMAS rule.

First comes the bracket, then off, then division, then multiplication, then addition and last of all subtraction.

While solving an equation containg all these, we use in the above said manner.

example :

4*10/5-3 gives

=4*2-3

=8-3

=5

and not anyway else

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- Anonymous5 years ago
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DMAS rule in Maths?

Does any one know about this rule in Maths. The DMAS- First comes Division, then Multiplication, then Addition and finally Subraction?

If yes then can anyone explain about it. I was taught about it in my 6th standard in my school, but now i forgot it?

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- 1 decade ago
In an equation to find x we should first divide in the given places ,then multiply, then add & finally subtract.This is the DMAS rule

- Philmo7 years agoReport
BODMAS is more comprehensive and complete.

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