Factorising Algebraic Expressions - Difference of Two Squares
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Videos to help GCSE Maths students learn how to factorise algebraic expression using the difference of two squares technique.
What is the Difference of Two Squares?
A difference of two squares is an expression of the form
How to factorise the difference of two squares?
When we factorise the difference of two squares we get
= (a + b)(a - b)
This video will explain what is the difference of two squares and how to factorise it.
Factorising GCSE Maths revision Higher level worked exam questions (quadratics and difference of two squares)
A Grade Level GCSE Maths The Difference of 2 Squares
Factorisation Basics Part B
Factorisation techniques for polynomials using a finding the highest common factor b difference of two squares and c perfect squares. The secret of success with factorisation or polynomials is to look for patterns that give clues about what technique to use. This video helps you to identify these patterns.
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