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I realised.....
I have to spend time to revise...

I had a nice reminder about the cross method as well as learning about cancellation of numbers that would directly affect the equation, I also learnt about simplifying further to make it a perfect square

I've learned how to use and revise the quadratic formula for factorisation Ive revised the cross-method for factorisation I've revised on past year's papers and how to improve in terms of presentation.

1. I used to think that factorising was very easy but now I know that some questions are hard. 2. I learnt how to factorise when the numbers are in fractions. 3. I realised I have to spend more time revising factorisation.

I used to think that you could just divide the answer straight away now i think that we need to show how we got the divisor then divide the answer. I realised that factorisation for algebra might need to use 2 methods to solve i revised on paper 1 and that i need to write number statements

I used to think that factorising was hard but now that i know the correct formulas it is not that difficultI realised that factorisation for algebra might need to use 2 methods to solve i revised on paper 1 and that i need to write number statements

I used to think that Maths was easy. But now I think that I should practice a lot more. I realised that to ace maths, I need to really practice questions of the same topic, that way, I'll be more prepared for the exam and that careless mistakes are very easy to make. I have to spend time to revise just about everything, but mostly on Algebra, Direct/Inverse Proportions and Volume and Surface Area of 3D shapes.

1. i learnt how to factorize properly as i had always used some wrong steps when i factorize 2.i learnt how to factorize with fractions 3.i used to think that factorization did not affect fractions now i know it does

I have to spend time on working on problem sums and to be careful not to make calculation mistakes I used to think that factorisation is for 3-4 terms. Now I think that factorization can occur with any number of terms. I realised that I have to factorise if any of the terms in a bracket after factorization, I would have to factorise it again.

and also, i used to think that factorisation was hard, hence i did not want to spend time revising for it, but now i realised that it is important and not that hard

1. I used to think that cross multiplication for the expansion was meant to be expressed in the cross method however it was meant to be expressed horizontally. 2. I realised i have to spend more time on revision 3. I have to revise more on the topics i am unsure

I think that math is not difficult. We just need to have fun and put our heart into it. The formulas are also not difficult to remember as they auto-register in my brain. The mistakes that I made were careless and need to be more clear.

1. I learnt that I must write down steps for every statement. 2. I learnt that cross method questions can be mixed with factorising. 3. Know more about quadratic formula.

I used to think that you could not simplify further after the cross factorisation but know i know i can I now understand more clearly how to factorise using different methods I realise that I have to look at tax, service charge etc questions more

I used to think that algebra was easy Now I think algebra is too complicated and more practice is needed to do algebra I realised after I had done a lot of practice on algebra, I realised some parts of algebra is easy I have to spend time to revise all the formulas and problemsums.

1. How to utilize cross method. 2. How to utilize factorization by grouping. 3. Negative conversion in grouping method. I realised that I can easily factor equations when using the grouping method. I have to spend time to revise cross method as I made a mistake when times-ing.

I used to think that factorisation did not affect fractions, but now I know it does. I learnt how to factorise fractions and to simplify them. I have to spend time to revise negative numbers, for example, how to change two negatives into one positive, etc.

I used to think that Math is very easy. Now I think that it is more tedious and I need to practice more. I realised a lot of different methods to solve Math questions. I have to spend time to revise on my algebra as I'm weaker on it.

I used to think that factorisation is difficult, but now I feel that it is easier since more information was given to reinforce my understanding I now understand all the different methods of factorisation I realise that factorisation applies to many different situations

I have to spend more time learning how to factorise algebra with more than 3 factors I realised that some algebra factorisation need to be rearranged to be solved I realised that cross factorisation is vital in some equations

I used to think that we might not need to write down the equations for each statement. Now I think that we should write down every statement so we can understand what we are doing. I realised to we need to be very careful when doing factorisation especially when we handle operations. I have to spend time to revise more algebraic equations and familiarise myself with the equations.

I used to think that factorisation was easy now I think that we have to understand different types of factorisation for it to be easy. I realised the importance of the different types of factorisation I have to spend time to revise cross factorisation and algebra.

I had a nice reminder about the cross method as well as learning about cancellation of numbers that would directly affect the equation, I also learnt about simplifying further to make it a perfect square

ReplyDeleteI've learned how to use and revise the quadratic formula for factorisation

ReplyDeleteIve revised the cross-method for factorisation

I've revised on past year's papers and how to improve in terms of presentation.

1. I used to think that factorising was very easy but now I know that some questions are hard.

ReplyDelete2. I learnt how to factorise when the numbers are in fractions.

3. I realised I have to spend more time revising factorisation.

I used to think that you could just divide the answer straight away now i think that we need to show how we got the divisor then divide the answer.

ReplyDeleteI realised that factorisation for algebra might need to use 2 methods to solve

i revised on paper 1 and that i need to write number statements

I used to think that factorising was hard but now that i know the correct formulas it is not that difficultI realised that factorisation for algebra might need to use 2 methods to solve

Deletei revised on paper 1 and that i need to write number statements

I used to think that Maths was easy. But now I think that I should practice a lot more.

ReplyDeleteI realised that to ace maths, I need to really practice questions of the same topic, that way, I'll be more prepared for the exam and that careless mistakes are very easy to make.

I have to spend time to revise just about everything, but mostly on Algebra, Direct/Inverse Proportions and Volume and Surface Area of 3D shapes.

1. i learnt how to factorize properly as i had always used some wrong steps when i factorize

ReplyDelete2.i learnt how to factorize with fractions

3.i used to think that factorization did not affect fractions now i know it does

i did not change the negative to postive when it has 2 negatives

DeleteI've cleared all my doubts about quadratic formula

ReplyDeleteCross Method Revision

Presentation for all factorisation questions

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ReplyDeleteI have to spend time on working on problem sums and to be careful not to make calculation mistakes

ReplyDeleteI used to think that factorisation is for 3-4 terms. Now I think that factorization can occur with any number of terms.

I realised that I have to factorise if any of the terms in a bracket after factorization, I would have to factorise it again.

i forgot factorisation methods, after today i picked that skill up again and relearnt some vital things for factors regarding fractions

ReplyDeleteand also, i used to think that factorisation was hard, hence i did not want to spend time revising for it, but now i realised that it is important and not that hard

DeleteI learnt to use cross factorisation.

ReplyDeleteI realised that we have to factorise complete.

I have to spend time to revise on factorisation.

1. I used to think that cross multiplication for the expansion was meant to be expressed in the cross method however it was meant to be expressed horizontally.

ReplyDelete2. I realised i have to spend more time on revision

3. I have to revise more on the topics i am unsure

I think that math is not difficult. We just need to have fun and put our heart into it. The formulas are also not difficult to remember as they auto-register in my brain. The mistakes that I made were careless and need to be more clear.

ReplyDeleteNegative or positive numbers, and statement

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ReplyDelete1. I learnt that I must write down steps for every statement.

ReplyDelete2. I learnt that cross method questions can be mixed with factorising.

3. Know more about quadratic formula.

3. Know more about quadratic factor*

DeleteI used to think that you could not simplify further after the cross factorisation but know i know i can

ReplyDeleteI now understand more clearly how to factorise using different methods

I realise that I have to look at tax, service charge etc questions more

I used to think that algebra was easy

ReplyDeleteNow I think algebra is too complicated and more practice is needed to do algebra

I realised after I had done a lot of practice on algebra, I realised some parts of algebra is easy

I have to spend time to revise all the formulas and problemsums.

1. How to utilize cross method.

ReplyDelete2. How to utilize factorization by grouping.

3. Negative conversion in grouping method.

I realised that I can easily factor equations when using the grouping method.

I have to spend time to revise cross method as I made a mistake when times-ing.

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ReplyDeleteI used to think that factorisation did not affect fractions, but now I know it does.

ReplyDeleteI learnt how to factorise fractions and to simplify them.

I have to spend time to revise negative numbers, for example, how to change two negatives into one positive, etc.

I used to think that Math is very easy. Now I think that it is more tedious and I need to practice more.

ReplyDeleteI realised a lot of different methods to solve Math questions.

I have to spend time to revise on my algebra as I'm weaker on it.

I used to think that factorisation is difficult, but now I feel that it is easier since more information was given to reinforce my understanding

ReplyDeleteI now understand all the different methods of factorisation

I realise that factorisation applies to many different situations

I have to spend more time learning how to factorise algebra with more than 3 factors

ReplyDeleteI realised that some algebra factorisation need to be rearranged to be solved

I realised that cross factorisation is vital in some equations

I used to think that we might not need to write down the equations for each statement. Now I think that we should write down every statement so we can understand what we are doing. I realised to we need to be very careful when doing factorisation especially when we handle operations. I have to spend time to revise more algebraic equations and familiarise myself with the equations.

ReplyDeleteThis comment has been removed by the author.

ReplyDeleteI used to think that factorisation was easy now I think that we have to understand different types of factorisation for it to be easy.

ReplyDeleteI realised the importance of the different types of factorisation

I have to spend time to revise cross factorisation and algebra.

3 Key Learning Points:

ReplyDelete- I used to think that tax was included as profit but now I have learnt to calculate profit correctly.

- I realised that I should read the question more carefully.

- I have to spend more time understanding the question.