Factors are the numbers that multiply together to make another number. These numbers are the other number's factors. Factorisation is finding the factors of a number. Factorisation is also the reverse of expansion.

Factorisation is taking out the common multiples from the sum and putting it outside the bracket of the rest of the numbers which is inside the bracket.

Factorising is the reverse of expanding brackets, so it is, for example, putting 2x^2 + 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.

Factoring is like taking a number apart. It means to express a number as the product of its factors. Factors are either composite numbers or prime numbers (except that 0 and 1 are neither prime nor composite).

Factorisation is the use of the HCF of two algebraic numbers, converting into simpler forms of algebra like (1+a). The final answer will be equivalent to the beginning number

Factorisation is a skill that can help us square root, cube root, HCF and LCM easily

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DeleteFactorisation is the opposite of the distributive law which shows the HCF of the expression.

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ReplyDeleteFactorisation to me is the reverse of expansion

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is grouping like terms in an equation together to simplify it.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is the opposite of the distributive law which shows the HCF of the expression.

ReplyDeleteFactors are the numbers that multiply together to make another number. These numbers are the other number's factors. Factorisation is finding the factors of a number. Factorisation is also the reverse of expansion.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is taking out the common multiples from the sum and putting it outside the bracket of the rest of the numbers which is inside the bracket.

ReplyDeleteIt is the reverse of Algebra expansion. You break down the algebraic expression by its factors.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is changing an equation by adding brackets into it.

ReplyDeleteFactorising is the reverse of expanding brackets, so it is, for example, putting 2x^2 + 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 finding the factors of a number by dividing.

ReplyDeleteit is using the HCF of the numbers to divide the numbers. and when you multiply it again, it gives you the same answer as before simplifying

ReplyDeleteFactorisation helps us to condense algebraic equations into simpler expressions.

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Factorisation is the opposite of expansion. It is taking out the same factors and put them outside a bracket.

ReplyDeleteFactoring is like taking a number apart. It means to express a number as the product of its factors. Factors are either composite numbers or prime numbers (except that 0 and 1 are neither prime nor composite).

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ReplyDeleteIt is the process of reversing expansion

ReplyDeleteThis means that the answer should contain brackets unlike an expanded expression

It is a way to break the numbers down into a simpler form so that it could be more easily understood.

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is to turn a number into its factors. After Factorisation, the results you get will be a simple expression.

ReplyDeleteIt is like a reverse of algebra calculation and dividing the algebra by the factors

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Factorization is the reverse of expansion

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is the use of the HCF of two algebraic numbers, converting into simpler forms of algebra like (1+a).

ReplyDeleteThe final answer will be equivalent to the beginning number

It is the opposite of expansion. When you find the HCF of all the terms and put it outside of a bracket.

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If you were to factorise 6xy+9x,

it would become 3x (2y+3)

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Factorisation is the opposite of expanding algebraic expressions

ReplyDeleteFactorisation is like simplification, where we find the Highest Common Factor to break down the numbers into the simplest form, with brackets.

ReplyDeletee.g. 16x + 32 + 7xy + 14y

= 16(x + 2) + 7y(x + 2)

= (16 + 7y) (x + 2)