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This does not factor over the field of rational numbers.

If does factor over the reals. Use the quadratic formula to find the roots for the

related quadratic equation: x2-11x-10 = 0

Cal them r1 and r2. The factors are (x - r1) and (x - r2.)

Q: How do you factorise x2-11x-10?

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Factorise fully is when brackets are involved in the equation

a²-a = a(a-1)

To factorise is to find the numbers that divide into the original number by only using prime numbers. For example factorise 20 = 2 times 2 times 5

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The answer will depend on where the brackets are. In general the solution would be to expand all the brackets, combine like terms and then factorise.

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It is the opposite of Expanding The Brackets

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In the same way that you would factorise any other expressions that do not contain an equality sign depending on the expressions of which none have been given.