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WIP Playing with Numbers
9.9
Lesson

WIP - PEMDAS

When doing mathematical calculations it might may so happen that we may encounter more than one operator like +, -, , / and so on**. In such cases, we will use the order of precedence which is called **PEMDAS**. PEMDAS stands for **P - parentheses - ( )** **E - exponential - e** **M - multiplication - ** **D - division - / A - addition - + S - subtraction - - Here parentheses have the highest priority and subtraction lowest. For example, we have an expression y = 30-(10+ 8)*2 / 4 In this expression, the order of calculation is as follows using the PEMDAS rule 10 + 8 = 18 18 * 2 = 36 36 / 4 = 9 30 - 9 = 21

In the below example we have evaluated the expression y = 30-(10+ 8)*2 / 4 using python language