Countdown to Exams - Day 13 - Factorising
Surprise Surprise! Today we are focusing on the inverse of expanding, Factorising. Whenever you see this in a question, it means that you have to write the expression with brackets.
Here we take a look at how to factorise expressions by factoring out common factors (by dividing). We take you through two possible methods to do this.
In the video below, Matt will take you through the processes required to factorise expressions (put into brackets).
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