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For simplifying an expression, we must perform theseoperations strictly in the following order :(i) Brackets (ii) Of (iii) Division (iv) Multiplication(v) Addition (vi) Subtraction.To remember the order, remember the word 'BODMAS'which is formed by the first letters of the operationsin an order.
Remember this as the 'BODMAS' rule which says the order of priority of operations as :
strictly in that order.
So do the operations in that order in simplifying Fractions.
Solution : The given expression = 4 5⁄6 + 2⁄3 ÷ 3⁄4 of 2⁄9 - 1⁄2 x 2 3⁄4÷ 3 7⁄9of (4 5⁄17 - 3 1⁄2)
First, let us convert mixed fractions to improper fractions
= 29⁄6 + 2⁄3 ÷ 3⁄4 of 2⁄9 - 1⁄2 x 11⁄4 ÷ 34⁄9 of (73⁄17 - 7⁄2)
Now, let us remove Brackets (B in BODMAS)
= 29⁄6 + 2⁄3 ÷ 3⁄4 of 2⁄9 - 1⁄2 x 11⁄4 ÷ 34⁄9 of (2 x 73 - 7 x 17)⁄34 = 29⁄6 + 2⁄3 ÷ 3⁄4 of 2⁄9 - 1⁄2 x 11⁄4 ÷ 34⁄9 of 27⁄34
Now, let us evaluate 'of' (O in BODMAS)
= 29⁄6 + 2⁄3 ÷ 1⁄6 - 1⁄2 x 11⁄4 ÷ 3
Now, let us evaluate Division (D in BODMAS)
= 29⁄6 + 2⁄3 x 6⁄1 - 1⁄2 x 11⁄4 x 1⁄3 = 29⁄6 + 4⁄1 - 1⁄2 x 11⁄12
Now, let us evaluate Multiplication (M in BODMAS)
= 29⁄6 + 4⁄1 - 11⁄24
Now, let us evaluate Addition (A in BODMAS)
= ( 29 x 1 + 4 x 6)⁄6 - 11⁄24 = 53⁄6 - 11⁄24
Now, let us evaluate Subtraction (S in BODMAS)
= ( 53 x 4 - 11 x 1)⁄24 = 201⁄24 = 67⁄8 = 8 3⁄8. Ans.
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