Another anagram for this is "bodmas" identical, but the "o" stands for "power of" i.e.

Brackets
power Of Division Multiplication Addition Subtraction

e.g. When given a simple example:
(56 - X)(Y + 7) where X=6 and Y=3.
You must use bidmas. First solve the brackets, which include addition and subtraction but are exempt from the rule as they are inside the brackets and then multiply the two values.

This is the order it goes in.

BracketsIndiciesDivisionMultiplicationAdditionSubtractionAnother anagram for this is "bodmas" identical, but the "o" stands for "power of" i.e.

Bracketspower

OfDivisionMultiplicationAdditionSubtractione.g. When given a simple example:

(56 - X)(Y + 7) where X=6 and Y=3.

You must use bidmas. First solve the brackets, which include addition and subtraction but are exempt from the rule as they are inside the brackets and then multiply the two values.

(56 - 6) x (3 + 7) =

50 x 10 = 500