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Covers 6 different methods of factorising quadratics and other types of expressions (e.g. cubics), the last two of which are extension: (a) Factorising out a single term (b) Factorising expressions of the form x^2 + bx + c, (c) Difference of two squares (d) Expressions of the form ax^2 + bx + c (where a is not 1) , (e) 'Intelligent guessing' (e.g. bx - x + ab - a = (x + a)(b - 1)) and (f) Pairwise factorisation. Includes expressions which require multiple types of factorisation.

## S Shah

### 27th Feb 2022 Flag Comment

Yes Jakey boy

## M Forty

### 28th Sep 2020 Flag Comment

I seem to be missing all the values in the worksheets. Do I need a more up to date version of microsoft than 2003 or is there something else I need to know?

## A Ali

### 31st Oct 2019 Flag Comment

thanks

## Mr V Hoang

### 29th Sep 2019 Flag Comment

Thanks for sharing :)

## Mr K Chalashika

### 28th Jan 2019 Flag Comment

DFM has the best resources ever.

## Q Schmuziger

### 23rd May 2018 Flag Comment

Thanks Jake

## Osama Patel Wuhayashi

### 15th Nov 2017 Flag Comment

Thanks for the awnsers

## Jake Paul

### 29th Oct 2017 Flag Comment

In my opinion the appearance of the slides is spectacular. The information was magnificent. The questions were so good that I would dab for those questions

## J Kuriakose

### 24th Oct 2017 Flag Comment

Very good material sir but there seems to be a mistake on Exercise 1 question 4 answer. Just wanted to let you know.

### 24th Oct 2017 Flag Comment

Thank you so much for your wonderful material. Just notices in the Yr9 Easier Factorisation Homework Question no 4 cannot be factorised

## R Nicholas

### 29th Sep 2017 Flag Comment

Very nice sir

## suansh ponna is cool

### 9th May 2017 Flag Comment

very nice

## James Hur

### 18th Apr 2017 Flag Comment

There is an error on slide 4: question 9

## a person for tbs

### 3rd Oct 2016 Flag Comment

on slide 6 whenever i press back a random question box appears otu of nowhere and it has nothing underneath it

## A Rood

### 24th Jul 2016 Flag Comment

Thank you so much for sharing your resources, spotted a minor error on Y9 Factorising quadratics ppt. Type 5 is Pairwise on the master sheet but dealt with as type 6. Intelligent guesswork is part 6 but dealt with as type 5. Thanks again

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