Host: Tas is a Qualified Secondary Teacher specialising in Maths with a background of Accounting and Finance. She has worked in several Schools over a period of 5 years- including as a numeracy co-ordinator, working with pupils aged 11-16 with gifted and talented, SEN and EAL pupils. Tas has also worked as a private Tutor with GCSE and KS3 pupils helping them to increase their grades as much as 3 steps over a space of 2 years.
This session looks at what is factorising and how it can be used algebraically.
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- Factorising is to put an expression back into brackets by taking out a common factor.
- Full factorisation must be done or question is incomplete.
- Expressions with powers can be factorised by taking out the common index.
Suitable for: Pupils who have worked on solving equations and want to move on. Also for pupils who have factorised in the past but want to refresh their memory.