Factorisation is a way of simplifying an algebraic expression. It involves taking out a common factor and putting it outside the rest of the expression which is divided by that factor placed inside brackets.


  1. 2x + 2y = 2(x+y)
  2. 2xy+3y = y(2x + 3)
  3. (5a+10ab)/(1+2b)

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