I have to spend more time revising through the different revision papers I realised that I must go through more revision on factorisation I used to think that I was ok with Algebra, but now I have to work my butt off for Algebra

1. I now know how to factorise using cross method properly 2. I have to spend more time to revise algebra 3. I now know when and how to use special identities clearly now

I better understood how to factorize and calculate algebraic equations. I also have to spend time to practice more sums especially redo works that I did wrongly beforehand.

i realised that factorisation can be simplified further, and i must check. i have to spend time to revise algebraic rules i have to spend time to revise factorisation

I used to think that we can ace exams without studying but now I think we must revise. I realised math is not as hard and complicated as I thought before I have ti revise earlier before exams.

I have to spend time to revise on factorisation. I realised that I need to spend a lot of time to revise and complete the question properly. I used to think that I was quite ok for factorisation, but I had to work really hard for it.

I used to think that factorization isv very difficult now i find it easier. I realised that algebra can be solved by LCM I have spent time to revise algebra

I have to spend time to revise factorisation I realised that I have to further practise mensuration I now know how to factorise with special identities.

1) I now know there are 4 methods to factorising. 2) I need more time revising for algebra. 3) I know I need to remember special identities as they will be frequently tested.

I have to spend time to revise more on factorisation. I also realised when to use cross-multiplication, and also learnt how to properly solve a question using cross-multiplication. However, I also have to spend time to revise on my cross-multiplication, since I take quite long trying to solve using cross-multiplication.

1. At first, I was a bit confused and was unable to get the questions for the Secondary 2 Level Test 1 Practice correct as I did not manage to identify and factorise the correct terms. However, I now know how to solve the questions, as I learnt that seemingly unlike terms can have something in common and can be factorised.

2. I realised that I may need to revise more on factorisation as I did not do so well for the factorisation questions.

3. I used to think that "Simplify" meant "Expand", but I now know that it can also mean "Factorise", depending on the question.

i have to spend time to revise on factorisation and mensuration (be cautious with the numbers) and algebraic rules

ReplyDeleteThis comment has been removed by the author.

ReplyDeleteI have to spend time to revise on factorisation, algebraic rules and estimation

ReplyDeleteI have to spend more time revising through the different revision papers

ReplyDeleteI realised that I must go through more revision on factorisation

I used to think that I was ok with Algebra, but now I have to work my butt off for Algebra

I have to spend more time revising algebra and doing practises.

ReplyDelete1. I now know how to factorise using cross method properly

ReplyDelete2. I have to spend more time to revise algebra

3. I now know when and how to use special identities clearly now

I better understood how to factorize and calculate algebraic equations. I also have to spend time to practice more sums especially redo works that I did wrongly beforehand.

ReplyDeletei realised that factorisation can be simplified further, and i must check.

ReplyDeletei have to spend time to revise algebraic rules

i have to spend time to revise factorisation

I realised that I must revise for Math and not not do revision or going through my work.

ReplyDeleteI used to think that we can ace exams without studying but now I think we must revise.

ReplyDeleteI realised math is not as hard and complicated as I thought before

I have ti revise earlier before exams.

I have to spend time to revise on factorisation.

ReplyDeleteI realised that I need to spend a lot of time to revise and complete the question properly.

I used to think that I was quite ok for factorisation, but I had to work really hard for it.

I used to think that factorization isv very difficult now i find it easier.

ReplyDeleteI realised that algebra can be solved by LCM

I have spent time to revise algebra

1.Factorisation and Manipulation

ReplyDelete2.Revision and Practice

3.Algebra

I have to spend time to revise on algebraic rules because sometimes I do not know if I can or cannot do like a cancellation etc.

ReplyDeleteI realised that math is very hard

I used to think that factorisation was only possible with common factors, now i know that there are 4 ways

I have to spend time to revise factorisation

ReplyDeleteI realised that I have to further practise mensuration

I now know how to factorise with special identities.

1) I now know there are 4 methods to factorising.

ReplyDelete2) I need more time revising for algebra.

3) I know I need to remember special identities as they will be frequently tested.

1.Factorisation and Manipulation

ReplyDelete2.Revision and Practice

3.Algebra

I have to spend time to revise more on factorisation. I also realised when to use cross-multiplication, and also learnt how to properly solve a question using cross-multiplication. However, I also have to spend time to revise on my cross-multiplication, since I take quite long trying to solve using cross-multiplication.

ReplyDelete1. I used to think that factorisation, in general, was easy, but now I think my factorisation needs tons of revision in order to be sure of it.

ReplyDelete2. I have to spend a lot of time on algebra revision

3. I realised that cross multiplication is essential to solving some factorisation problems

1. At first, I was a bit confused and was unable to get the questions for the Secondary 2 Level Test 1 Practice correct as I did not manage to identify and factorise the correct terms. However, I now know how to solve the questions, as I learnt that seemingly unlike terms can have something in common and can be factorised.

ReplyDelete2. I realised that I may need to revise more on factorisation as I did not do so well for the factorisation questions.

3. I used to think that "Simplify" meant "Expand", but I now know that it can also mean "Factorise", depending on the question.

I now know how to factorise using the cross method

ReplyDeletehow to identify which methods to use

how to factorise completely :D