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Factorisation using a Common Factor

Updated on October 4, 2010



What exactly is factorisation?


It is the opposite of expanding the brackets.








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      t.elia 4 years ago from Northern Ireland

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      t.elia 7 years ago from Northern Ireland

      No problem scooter glad to be able to help

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      Scooter 7 years ago

      Tanx this was really helpful