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Mathsercise-C. Factorise. Ready?. Here we go!. Factorise…. Find the common factor(s) in all terms. In this case it is 4!. 12x + 4. Question 2. 12x + 4. 4. 4. (3x + 1). Notice that this is 1 and not 0!. Answer. 1. Factorising.

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Mathsercise-C. Using Formulae. Ready?. Here we go!. Use Trial and Improvement to solve.. x 3 + 2x = 50 to 1 d.p (x lies between 3 and 4). Big/small. x 3 + 2x. x. Question 2. 3. 27 + 6 = 33. Too small. 4. 64 + 8 = 72. Too big. 3.5. Very close!. 42.875 + 7 = 49.875.

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