Algebraic techniques

Essential Mathematics Year 9

Lesson notes

Chapters

Welcome

Learning objectives

Recap of past learning

What is a binomial product?

Back to junior school

Another way of doing it?

Extending this idea to use letters

FOIL (First, inside, outside, last)

Recap: Like terms

Examples

More Examples

Maths is a big fat trick!

Doing it backwards

Example: Doing it backwards

Example 2: Doing it backwards

Final words

Description

This is the first video in a series looking at algebraic techniques which forms a part of the Year 9 Mathematics course. Looking at expanding binomial products, this is the start of building knowledge and skills to help us factorise quadratics (trinomials). I look at how we can expand brackets and use a number of examples to complement the easy to understand theory.

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First inside outside last