How to know when to use middle term splitting in factorisation?​

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How to know when to use middle term splitting in factorisation?​

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Delilah 1 week 2021-10-06T06:12:32+00:00 2 Answers 0

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    2021-10-06T06:13:53+00:00

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    well after factorization u will get the quotient which r 3 terms u should use it there and it also depends upon question and marks

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    2021-10-06T06:14:03+00:00

    There are two conditions to use middle term splitting in factorisation.

    Whenever you have a quadratic equation (an equation whos maximum power of x is 2)

    For example: x²+4x+4.

    Also , you should look at the equation and see if you can find anything in common in it.

    x²+4x+4 , here we can see x appears two times , 4 appears two times , 4 is also a multiple of two.

    there are so many things in the above equation that can be factorised.

    Hence , you can use middle term splitting in factorisation.

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