Factorisation is the reverse of expansion, where it is finding the highest common factor, and then pulling out such that it can multiply all the terms.

Factorising is the reverse of expanding brackets, so it is, for example, putting 2x² + x - 3 into the form (2x + 3)(x - 1). This is an important way of solving quadratic equations. The first step of factorising an expression is to 'take out' any common factors which the terms have.

Factorisation is the process when you factorise an equation by finding the highest common factor between the numbers. This is also a way to 'simplify an equation'.???

Factorisation is a process where the Highest Common Factor is picked out, the algebraic expression is then factorised. The algebraic expression can also be factorised through Grouping.

Factorising is the reverse of expanding brackets. It is a neater way of writing things.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is the process of turning an algebraic equation into an equation with brackets (to do this find the HCF)

ReplyDeletefinding the HCF of the two factors, HCF(factors of HCF)

ReplyDeleteFactorising is to make a long equation to a short equation without any more brackets.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is the opposite of expansion, it is making an algebraic expression more compact.

ReplyDeleteIt is basically the opposite of expanding.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is the reverse of expansion, where it is finding the highest common factor, and then pulling out such that it can multiply all the terms.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is to find the common high factors and simplify the equation

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ReplyDeleteFactorisation is to find the reverse of expanding brackets.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is the opposite of expansion, to make a long equasion short.

ReplyDeleteFactorising is the reverse of expanding brackets, so it is, for example, putting 2x² + x - 3 into the form (2x + 3)(x - 1). This is an important way of solving quadratic equations. The first step of factorising an expression is to 'take out' any common factors which the terms have.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is to simplify an equation.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is the process when you factorise an equation by finding the highest common factor between the numbers. This is also a way to 'simplify an equation'.???

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is the reverse of expanding brackets.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is the process of turning an expanded algebraic equation into a an equation with brackets.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is basically reverse expansion

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is like simplification, like using division and multiplication to simplify an equation

ReplyDeletefacterisation is to simplify a expanded form

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is the opposite of expansion, it makes the equation shorter and neater.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is opposite of expanding.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is taking out the highest common factor and making the equation shorter

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is a process where the Highest Common Factor is picked out, the algebraic expression is then factorised. The algebraic expression can also be factorised through Grouping.

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