We were trying to solve a BODMAS question (with many solutions like always) when I came across this link.
For the entire life, I have studied (and think that you might have also studied) that O in BODMAS is for 'of' meaning multiplication when * is not specified but bracket form is mentioned, like: 2(2+2) where 'of' makes it 2*(2+2). However, this website is claiming that 'O' means order, i.e., equations containing powers and roots. Is this really true? Seems like the world is shaking.
Also, can you please tell me what should be the answer of the following equation according to you?
Note: Please bear with me if have been studying wrong my entire life.