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Algebra _ Factorisation

Factorization using common factors To factorize an algebraic expression, the highest common factors of the terms of the given algebraic expression are det ermined and then we group the terms accordingly. In simple terms, the reverse process of expansion of an algebraic expression is its factorization.

Added March 2022

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