A particular sequence is needed to be followed when we have various mathematical operations like additions, subtraction, multiplication etc., in a single sum. We need to follow the BODMAS rule while doing these calculations. BODMAS stands for the “bracket, of, division, multiplication, addition, subtraction”. Many problems of RS Aggarwal Class 6 Maths Chapter 6 Simplification are tackled using this rule. The rule mandates the operation which will take precedence over other operations in a given simplification question.
The chapter is designed to easily understand the concept of BODMAS and use it in expressions to get simplified answers. As the name of the chapter suggests, all the problems will have a simplified answer. Chapter 6 Simplifications provides us with all the concepts we require to solve the exercises and exams' problems.
The chapter has a step-by-step approach to building our concepts, the exercises in the starting have simpler problems, and the later ones have advanced ones. For example, the exercise starts with simpler problems of basic mathematical operations and gradually takes us to brackets and parentheses. This method helps us in building our confidence and better understanding.
As we move further with the exercises in the chapter, they tend to get harder. The problems with multiple types of brackets and more numerical values will be introduced. We have to go through the concepts taught in the textbook and implement them with patience. The solutions provided may help you clear your doubts as they have been solved with a basic approach that can be easily understood. The students can refer to these solutions for avoiding silly mistakes while solving the problems. This way they will be able to perform brilliantly in their exams and will be able to secure good marks.