C1 chapter 1 - manipulating algebra and surds

In this chapter you will learn how to simplify algebra and work with surds."

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C1 section 1.1 collecting like terms


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C1 section 1.2 laws of indices


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C1 section 1.3 explanding an expression


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C1 section 1.4 factorising an expression


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C1 section 1.5 factorising a quadratic expression


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You may wish to explore the misprinted question 8 in early versions of the book. This Autograph file allows you to explore why we say it has no 'real' roots.

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C1 section 1.6 laws of indices


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C1 section 1.7 use and manipulation of surds

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C1 section 1.8 rationalising the denominator of fractional surds

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C1 chapter 1 revision and summary


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