GCSE Mathematics. 8 Week Revision Course Mark Hanson. 1 Algebra 2 Simultaneous Equations 3 Indices/Standard Form 4 Trigonometry/ Pythagoras. 5 Graphs/trial and improvement 6 Probability/Data Handling 7 Geometry 8 Number Patterns 9 You decide!. Weekly Topics. GCSE Mathematics.

ByUnit 2 topic list: Test monday 12 th March. Number: Integer arithmetic including negatives Decimals arithmetic including: rounding and estimation Fractions arithmetic Factors and Multiples including: factor trees, HCFs, LCMs Fractions Decimals and Percentages including recurring decimals

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Factorising quadratic expressions. Factorise these quadratic expressions Hint - attention to detail is critical. 2x 2 - 9x - 5. x 2 + 6x + 5. x 2 + 4x - 5. 2x 2 + 11x + 5. 2x 2 + 9x - 5. 2x 2 - 3x - 5. 2x 2 -11x + 5. 2x 2 + 3x - 5. 2x 2 - 7x + 5. x 2 - 6x + 5.

Look at this algebraic expression:. 4(a b). What do you think it means?. Remember, in algebra we do not write the multiplication sign, .. This expression actually means:. 4 (a b). or. (a b) (a b) (a b) (a b). = a b a b a b a b . = 4a 4b. Brackets. Expanding brack

Factorising. Creating brackets. In this powerpoint, we meet 5 different methods of factorising. This involves taking a term outside the brackets. Always try to do this first. Type 1 – Common Factor. Type 2 – Difference of Two Squares.

Factorising. Creating brackets. In this powerpoint, we meet 5 different methods of factorising. This involves taking a term outside the brackets. Always try to do this first. Type 1 – Common Factor. Type 2 – Difference of Two Squares.

Factorising Bingo. Aim: Full House Grid: 9 Grid Play: Calculate answer & cross it off. Question. 5t+rt. Question. 9g+15. Question. 9p 2 +p. Question. 8x+12. Question. 3t+9. Question. 2ab+ad. Question. 4x+12. Question. x 2 -2x. Question. 5a-20. Question. 5ry-rf. Question.

Factorising polynomials. This PowerPoint presentation demonstrates two methods of factorising a polynomial when you know one factor (perhaps by using the factor theorem). Click here to see factorising by inspection. Click here to see factorising using a table. Factorising by inspection.

Quadratic Factorising. If you can long multiply you can factorise!. 24 x 28. (20 + 4)(20 + 8). 20. 4. 24 28 192 480 672. x. 20. 400. 80. 8 x 24. 480. +. 20 x 24. 8. 160. 32. 192. 400 80 160 32. +. 672. 1. ( a + 4) x ( a + 8). ( a + 4)( a + 8). a.

FACTORISING 1. Factorising is the reverse of expanding. expand. factorise. Examples 1 Factorise. First find the HCF of 5 x and 10. The HCF is 5. Examples 2 Factorise. First find the HCF of 2 x and 6. The HCF is 2. Examples 3 Factorise. First find the HCF of 6 x and 9.

Factorising Quadratics. Special Cases. Did I get it? Can I factorise the special cases?. Last Objective on Factorising…. To be able to make calculations using factorising (without a calculator) Let’s go over all the factorising question types we did….

Mixed Factorising. Single bracket, double bracket or difference of 2 squares?. Factorise 3x + 15. 3(x + 5). Factorise 8x + 20. 4(2x + 5). Factorise 18xy + 20y. 2y(9x + 10). Factorise 8y 2 + 20y. 4y(2y + 5). Factorise 12a 2 + 48a. 12a(a + 4). Factorise 9a 3 + 3a. 3a(3a 2 + 1).