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1714442

GCSE Foundation
Maths Revision

Attachments:

- Algebra
- Simplifying
- EXAMPLES
- t² x t³ = t⁵
- y⁸ x y³ = y¹¹
- p⁷÷ p⁵ = p²
- m¹⁰÷m² = m⁸

- t² x t³ = t⁵

- EXAMPLES
- Expand
- Factorise
- EXAMPLES
- 8m²-12m =
4m(2m-3)
- 12p²-8p =
4p(3p-2)
- 6q²-9q =
3q(2q-3)
- 16m²-12m =
4m(4m-3)

- 8m²-12m =
4m(2m-3)
- How Do You Factorise?
- Step 1) You have to find
the largest number that
fits into the sequence or
the most common letter.
- e.g 12x-3a .The
largest number
that goes into
both would be 3
- e.g 12x²-3x . The
most common
letter would be x

- e.g 12x-3a .The
largest number
that goes into
both would be 3
- Step 2) You then see
how many time that
letter or number can
go into each side.
- e.g 12x-3a. This
would then be
3(4x-a)
- e.g 12x²-3x .
This would be
x(12x-3)

- e.g 12x-3a. This
would then be
3(4x-a)

- Step 1) You have to find
the largest number that
fits into the sequence or
the most common letter.

- EXAMPLES
- Solve
- nth Term

- Simplifying

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