Skill |
Type |
Description |
Source |

Brackets |
Worksheet |
On completion of this worksheet you should be able to expand algebraic expressions involving brackets |
Coventry University |

Expanding or Removing Brackets |
Worksheet |
In this leaflet we see how to expand an expression containing brackets. By this we mean to rewrite the expression in an equivalent form without any brackets in |
MathsCentre |

Factorising Simple Expressions |
Worksheet |
This leaflet explains how to factorise simple expressions by looking for common factors |
MathsCentre |

Removing Brackets 1 |
Worksheet |
This leaflet explains how to expand or remove brackets from an algebraic expression |
MathsCentre |

Removing Brackets 1 |
Worksheet |
In order to simplify mathematical expressions, it is frequently necessary to 'remove brackets'. This leaflet explains the rules for replacing bracketed terms, with non-bracketed equivalents |
MathsCentre |

Common Factors |
Worksheet |
On completion of this worksheet you should be able to factorise any algebraic expression by finding a common factor |
Coventry University |

Factorisation of Quadratics |
Worksheet |
On completion of this worksheet you should be able to factorise any quadratic expression |
Coventry University |

1.3 Simplification and Factorisation |
Workbook |
Use the laws of indices + simplify expressions by collecting like terms + use the laws of indices + identify common factors in an expression + factorise simple expressions + factorise quadratic expressions |
HELM |

Factorising Quadratics |
Worksheet |
This leaflet explains how quadratic expression can be factorised by inspection |
MathsCentre |

1.4 Arithmetic of Algebraic Fractions |
Workbook |
Add, subtract, multiply and divide algebraic fractions |
HELM |

Factorising Quadratics |
Worksheet |
This leaflet shows how to take a quadratic expression and factorise it. Special cases of complete squares and difference of two squares are dealt with on other leaflets |
MathsCentre |

Factorising Quadratics |
Worksheet |
In this leaflet, we explain the procedure for factorising quadratic expressions. Be aware, not all quadratic expressions can be factorised |
MathsCentre |

Factorising Quadratics |
Booklet |
The ability to factorise a quadratic expression is an essential skill. This booklet explains how this process is carried out |
MathsCentre |

Factorising the Difference of Two Squares |
Worksheet |
There is a special case of quadratic expression known as the difference of two squares. This leaflet explains what this means and how such expressions are factorised |
MathsCentre |

Factorising Quadratics |
Video - 42 mins |
An essential skill in many applications is the ability to factorise quadratic expressions. In this unit you will see that this can be thought of as reversing the process used to 'remove' or 'multiply-out' brackets from an expression |
MathTutor |

Expanding brackets 1 |
MiniClip |
Expanding brackets 1 |
Leeds Univeristy |

Expanding brackets 2 |
MiniClip |
Expanding brackets 2 |
Leeds University |

Factorising simple expressions |
MiniClip |
Factorising simple expressions |
Leeds University |

Factorising quadratics 1 |
MiniClip |
Factorising quadratics 1 |
Leeds University |

Factorising quadratics 2 (difference of 2 squares) |
MiniClip |
Factorising quadratics 2 (difference of 2 squares) |
Leeds University |

Factorising quadratics 3 |
MiniClip |
Factorising quadratics 3 |
Leeds University |