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Bodmas is a word which helps us to remember the order we do ________ in a maths sum.

It stands for _______ first, then _____ ____. Next do ________ or ________ (it does not matter which way round you do these). Finally do _________ or __________ (again, it does not matter which way you do these.)

Some people use the word Bidmas. In this case _______ _____ is replaced by _______, which means the same thing.

Copy and fill in the gaps using the words below operations indices multiplication division brackets powers of addition subtraction

Bodmas is a word which helps us to remember the order we do operations in a maths sum. It stands for _______ first, then _______ ____. Next do ________ or ________ (it does not matter which way round you do these). Finally do _________ or __________ (again, it does not matter which way you do these.)

Some people use the word Bidmas. In this case _______ _____ is replaced by _______, which means the same thing.

Copy and fill in the gaps using the words below operations indices multiplication division brackets powers of addition subtraction

Bodmas is a word which helps us to remember the order we do operations in a maths sum. It stands for brackets first, then ______ ____. Next do ________ or ________ (it does not matter which way round you do these). Finally do _________ or __________ (again, it does not matter which way you do these.)

Some people use the word Bidmas. In this case _______ _____ is replaced by _______, which means the same thing.

Copy and fill in the gaps using the words below operations indices multiplication division brackets powers of addition subtraction

Bodmas is a word which helps us to remember the order we do operations in a maths sum. It stands for brackets first, then powers of. Next do ________ or ________ (it does not matter which way round you do these). Finally do _________ or __________ (again, it does not matter which way you do these.)

Some people use the word Bidmas. In this case ______ _____ is replaced by _______, which means the same thing.

Copy and fill in the gaps using the words below operations indices multiplication division brackets powers of addition subtraction

Bodmas is a word which helps us to remember the order we do operations in a maths sum. It stands for brackets first, then powers of. Next do division or ________ (it does not matter which way round you do these). Finally do _________ or __________ (again, it does not matter which way you do these.)

Some people use the word Bidmas. In this case ______ _____ is replaced by _______, which means the same thing.

Copy and fill in the gaps using the words below operations indices multiplication division brackets powers of addition subtraction

Bodmas is a word which helps us to remember the order we do operations in a maths sum. It stands for brackets first, then powers of. Next do division or multiplication (it does not matter which way round you do these). Finally do _________ or __________ (again, it does not matter which way you do these.)

Some people use the word Bidmas. In this case ______ _____ is replaced by _______, which means the same thing.

Copy and fill in the gaps using the words below operations indices multiplication division brackets powers of addition subtraction

Bodmas is a word which helps us to remember the order we do operations in a maths sum. It stands for brackets first, then powers of. Next do division or multiplication (it does not matter which way round you do these). Finally do addition or __________ (again, it does not matter which way you do these.)

Some people use the word Bidmas. In this case _______ _____ is replaced by _______, which means the same thing.

Copy and fill in the gaps using the words below operations indices multiplication division brackets powers of addition subtraction

Bodmas is a word which helps us to remember the order we do operations in a maths sum. It stands for brackets first, then powers of. Next do division or multiplication (it does not matter which way round you do these). Finally do addition or subtraction (again, it does not matter which way you do these.)

Some people use the word Bidmas. In this case ______ _____ is replaced by _______, which means the same thing.

Copy and fill in the gaps using the words below operations indices multiplication division brackets powers of addition subtraction

Bodmas is a word which helps us to remember the order we do operations in a maths sum. It stands for brackets first, then powers of. Next do division or multiplication (it does not matter which way round you do these). Finally do addition or subtraction (again, it does not matter which way you do these.)

Some people use the word Bidmas. In this case powers of is replaced by _______, which means the same thing.

Copy and fill in the gaps using the words below operations indices multiplication division brackets powers of addition subtraction

Bodmas is a word which helps us to remember the order we do operations in a maths sum. It stands for brackets first, then powers of. Next do division or multiplication (it does not matter which way round you do these). Finally do addition or subtraction (again, it does not matter which way you do these.)

Some people use the word Bidmas. In this case powers of is replaced by indices, which means the same thing.

Copy and fill in the gaps using the words below operations indices multiplication division brackets powers of addition subtraction