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TITLE: Man Lifting Weights Date 3 rd Jan 2011 EXAMPLE – Factorise: Space this example out a bit as I have done here 601 302 203 15 4 If you can’t see the two numbers, list out the factors…

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TITLE: Man Lifting Weights Date 3 rd Jan 2011 EXAMPLE – Factorise: 15 4

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TITLE: Man Lifting Weights Date 3 rd Jan 2011 EXAMPLE – Factorise: +15 - 4

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TITLE: Man Lifting Weights Date 3 rd Jan 2011 EXAMPLE – Factorise: +15 - 4

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TITLE: Man Lifting Weights Date 3 rd Jan 2011 EXAMPLE – Factorise:

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TITLE: Man Lifting Weights EXAMPLE #2 – Factorise: -8 1 Page 103 Ex E4.3 Questions 3 onwards CHECK and MARK as you work

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IMPORTANT Only use man lifting weights for quadratics like this (more than 1 lot of x 2 and no common factor) : Use the previous method if there’s only 1 lot of x 2 OR there is a common factor e.g.

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Summing up… Factorise using the appropriate method:-

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