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How do you factorize brackets? Someone explain it to me thanks :) xx

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What do you mean by "factorize brackets"? Could you please give me a example
Okay, this is on my sheet. 4a+10 and you have to write your answer like this __ (______)
find the GCD of 4 and 10 !!

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You look for common factors, example... a only exists in one term so you can't break it out. However, just as tanjung said, find the GCD(4,10) and break it out of the bracket. So GCD here is 2 since both 4 and 10 are divisible by 2 so the answer is: 2(2a+5)
wat? I can't believe this u make it sound easy. I'm crap at maths but most of the time if u ask me something bout science or history I can get it.
So wat's the GCD mean?
Greatest Common Divisor
oh okay thanks x
No problem :)
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