Introduction to Factors
What if we ask you to find numbers, which when added gives us 29, and 100 when multiplied? Seems difficult? How do any numbers can add up to 29 and at the same time be equal to 100 when multiplied? Now, wait for it. Take the numbers 25 and 4. When we add these numbers, we get a total of 29, and when we multiply them we get a product, which is 100. This process of breaking down numbers to get another number is called as Factorisation. Excited enough to learn more, then let's begin with our lesson.more...
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