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Vicky Hall 2 years, 8 months ago
In the 'show steps' sections for the final part, you say 'we give roots and fractions the same priority as brackets'. This is not true. Explain to the student that a root is another way of writing a power, so that comes under the Order part of BODMAS,while a fraction means the numerator divided by the denominator, so that follows the Division part of BODMAS.
Chris Graham 2 years, 8 months ago
The statement begins "Apply BODMAS..." What if the student has never seen this acronym. I think I would begin with a short summary, or at least add this as a step, so that they can seek help.
You don't need the horizontal lines in the advice. There;s nothing particularly wrong with them aesthetically, however they're inconsistent with other questions.
Try to punctuate equations in the advice as discussed yesterday.
|Using BODMAS to evaluate arithmetic expressions||Ready to use||Stanislav Duris||20/11/2019 14:44|
|Stanislav's copy of Using BODMAS to solve operations needs to be tested||Should not be used||Stanislav Duris||22/06/2017 14:27|
|Ian's copy of Using BODMAS to evaluate arithmetic expressions||draft||Ian Loasby||21/06/2018 11:30|
|BODMAS||draft||Kevin Bohan||13/11/2019 19:18|
|ibrahim's copy of Using BODMAS to evaluate arithmetic expressions||draft||ibrahim khatib||10/02/2020 15:40|
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