For Math in Room 9, we have been looking at  the BEDMAS rule. BEDMAS is a rule that helps people solve complicated equations. BEDMAS stands for Brackets, Exponents, Division, Multiplication, Addition, and Subtraction. This is the order you would do the equation in. For example if you had 5 + 2 x 3, you would do the multiplication first because it comes before addition.

I really enjoyed this activity because it helped me understand BEDMAS better. Even though it is a complicated rule, it definitely makes math a little bit easier.

Here is a Google draw explaining what BEDMAS is and how to solve equations using it;

Did you know BEDMAS before this? Do you think we need BEDMAS?

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