Python follows PEDMAS
P - Parentheses ()
E - Exponention (power op **)
D - Divison
M - Multiplication
A - Addition
S - Subtraction
order of evaluation left to right for all but right to left for (**)
if more than one operator of same precedence then left to right associativity ie 5/3*2 - divison first 5*3/2 multiplication first.
just a note on the side here: you should definitely know operator precedence and use it. but if you want your code to be pythonic, try to make it readable as a first priority.
my personal preference is to be concise and also that the code is easily understood. if i make a shorter statement that relies heavily on operator precedence, it is likely that it won’t be as readable at least in some cases. so i always prefer to be a bit more explicit with parethesis.