Originating from arithmetic’s fundamental theorems, factorisation aims to find two or more expressions whose final product is the same as the given expression. In other words, factorisation means the breakdown of given expressions and polynomials into factors. These factors, when multiplied, give you the same number.
There is no specific category for these expressions; they can be algebraic, numbers, or even variables. Class 8 Maths Chapter 14 – Factorisation forms the basis of important concepts to come, such as quadratic equations.
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