I have learnt that we must fully factorise and group the terms. I have learnt the cross method for factorisation. I have realised that I need to revise on my factorisation and algebra

I used to think that factorisation is easy. Now i realised that factorisation is difficult and has so many components I learned how to solve some factorisation questions.

I used to think that I should avoid using the trial and error method. I realised that the trial and error method can be used for all factorization. I have to spend time to revise factorization.

I used to think that when doing factorisation with fractions, we have to cancel out at the first time. Now I know that the denominator and the numerator each have to be factorised first.

I realised how much practice I still need for factorisation and algebra questions

I have to spend time to revise on the strategy to do factorisation.

-I have to spend time to revise more about Factorisation (groupings and Quadratic)

-I realised that when I get stuck in Factorisation questions, it is sometimes because I fail to realise that there are (two or more) types of methods used to derieve the answer (eg. Grouping -> quadratic -> answer)

-I now understand the variation of questions and answering technique used to answer those type of questions (eg. Cross method used to answer Quadratic Equations)

-> I have to practice more algebra questions and algebra factorisation. -> I used to think that algebra factorisation was confusing, now I find it easy. -> I now know the methods of factorisation, for example cross method and grouping.

I have learnt how to properly do a grouping factorisation and cross method on a fraction and we cannot just cancel out the common factors on a fraction. I have also spent time to revise how to find the perfect cube and perfect square of a number. I also learnt how to try different methods when doing cross method of factorisation.

Last time, I used to think that we simplify fractions by cancelling the common variables, but now, I simplify by using the factorisation methods such as the cross method and the factorisation by grouping. Secondly, I used to think that all questions needs to use factorisation by grouping. Now, I know that some questions require some other steps such as the cross method. Lastly, I used to think that we leave our unsimplified. Now, I know that perfect squares or numbers should be simplified correctly.

I used to think that factorisation has only 2 types, the cross method and grouping, but now i know that there can be a combined method which combines both the cross method and grouping method. I realised that factorisation for algebra might need to use 2 methods to solve. I have to spend time revising my factorisation.

My three learning point today is 1. I used to think that you can only use cross factorisation with 3 numbers, but now I know that it is possible to use cross factorisation for more than 3 sets of numbers. 2. I realised that I am weak in my factorisation with the cross method. 3. I have to spend more time revising my algebra, especially in factorisation

I used to think that factorisation is not important and it was unnecessary to learn it as it was time-consuming and hard to do. Now I have realised that factorisation and algebra is actually a common topic tested in the exams. I have to spend time to revise this topic and other topics on a daily basis before the exam comes. These few days are critical as we can still try to practice more to get more marks in the exam.

I used to think that for fraction questions, we can cancel the common denominator and numerator. Now, I realised that there are some fraction where we have to group the denominator and numerator first before cancelling. I realised that I have to spend time revising grouping

I used to think that cross factorisation was time-consuming and difficult. Now I think it is easier to do. I realised that you should put in the minus sign at a later time to save time I have to spend time to revise my algebra manipulation to save time.

I used to think that the cross factorisation method was only 3 values. I realised that there are many methods to factorise the equation I have to spend time to revise to practise my speed in solving the question

-I realised that algebra is not very difficult when we know all the formulas. -Now I think that algebra is easy if I do many times over again. -I realised some algebra questions can be solved by using two or more algebra formulas. (Cross factorisation/ Group factorisation)

I used to think that we can cancel off the squares in an algebraic fraction. Now I know that instead of cancelling it, we must factorise it. I realised that this was the reason why I was unable to solve the question. I have to spend more time on factorisation as I get confused easily.

Before the session, I was very unclear on factorisation by grouping. After the session today, now I am very clear on how to do it and will not make mistakes in exam. Now I have to spend more time revising for other methods of factorization and the different ways to present them.

After the session today, I have found out what I was weak in and would spend more time to revise, specifically on cross factorisation. I have learnt how to factorise better on Algebra questions. I used to think that Algebra was simple, but now, I will spent more time on the different methods of Algebra.

1. I realised that when I simplify a fraction, I do not cancel the numerator and the denominator. 2. I leant that I have to simplify the answer (reduce) 3. I have learnt to use more than 1 method to solve a question such as using group factorisation and cross factorisation

I realised some algebra fractions can use both grouping factorisation and cross method to simplify, I have spent time to revise factorisation by grouping and cross method. I revised some equations like a2-b2

Three things that i learnt today is: 1.That when simplifying a fraction,do not cancel the number from the numerator and denominator. 2.That must simplify even more if possible from final answer 3.I learn that there are more than one method to solve a question so if one doesnt work there is a backup

I used to think that the questions in the EOY single paper worksheet were impossible to simplify Now I think I know how to do the questions(Except 3. I understand what it wants but not how to do it) I realise I have to revise factorisation. I have to spend time to revise my algebra

I realised that I am slower at Factorisation in Algebra than I should be I have to spend time to revise on percentages so that I have a clearer understanding of what different sentence structures mean I have to spend time to revise how to state the reasons of every number statement

I have learnt that we must fully factorise and group the terms.

ReplyDeleteI have learnt the cross method for factorisation.

I have realised that I need to revise on my factorisation and algebra

I used to think that factorisation is easy.

ReplyDeleteNow i realised that factorisation is difficult and has so many components

I learned how to solve some factorisation questions.

I used to think that I should avoid using the trial and error method.

ReplyDeleteI realised that the trial and error method can be used for all factorization.

I have to spend time to revise factorization.

I used to think that when doing factorisation with fractions, we have to cancel out at the first time. Now I know that the denominator and the numerator each have to be factorised first.

ReplyDeleteI realised how much practice I still need for factorisation and algebra questions

I have to spend time to revise on the strategy to do factorisation.

-I have to spend time to revise more about Factorisation (groupings and Quadratic)

ReplyDelete-I realised that when I get stuck in Factorisation questions, it is sometimes because I fail to realise that there are (two or more) types of methods used to derieve the answer (eg. Grouping -> quadratic -> answer)

-I now understand the variation of questions and answering technique used to answer those type of questions (eg. Cross method used to answer Quadratic Equations)

-> I have to practice more algebra questions and algebra factorisation.

ReplyDelete-> I used to think that algebra factorisation was confusing, now I find it easy.

-> I now know the methods of factorisation, for example cross method and grouping.

I have learnt how to properly do a grouping factorisation and cross method on a fraction and we cannot just cancel out the common factors on a fraction. I have also spent time to revise how to find the perfect cube and perfect square of a number. I also learnt how to try different methods when doing cross method of factorisation.

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ReplyDeletei learned how useful cross method is very useful and my algebra rules

ReplyDeleteLast time, I used to think that we simplify fractions by cancelling the common variables, but now, I simplify by using the factorisation methods such as the cross method and the factorisation by grouping. Secondly, I used to think that all questions needs to use factorisation by grouping. Now, I know that some questions require some other steps such as the cross method. Lastly, I used to think that we leave our unsimplified. Now, I know that perfect squares or numbers should be simplified correctly.

ReplyDeleteI used to think that factorisation has only 2 types, the cross method and grouping, but now i know that there can be a combined method which combines both the cross method and grouping method.

ReplyDeleteI realised that factorisation for algebra might need to use 2 methods to solve.

I have to spend time revising my factorisation.

My three learning point today is

ReplyDelete1. I used to think that you can only use cross factorisation with 3 numbers, but now I know that it is possible to use cross factorisation for more than 3 sets of numbers.

2. I realised that I am weak in my factorisation with the cross method.

3. I have to spend more time revising my algebra, especially in factorisation

I used to think that factorisation is not important and it was unnecessary to learn it as it was time-consuming and hard to do. Now I have realised that factorisation and algebra is actually a common topic tested in the exams. I have to spend time to revise this topic and other topics on a daily basis before the exam comes. These few days are critical as we can still try to practice more to get more marks in the exam.

ReplyDeleteI used to think that for fraction questions, we can cancel the common denominator and numerator. Now, I realised that there are some fraction where we have to group the denominator and numerator first before cancelling.

ReplyDeleteI realised that I have to spend time revising grouping

I used to think that cross factorisation was time-consuming and difficult.

ReplyDeleteNow I think it is easier to do.

I realised that you should put in the minus sign at a later time to save time

I have to spend time to revise my algebra manipulation to save time.

I used to think that the cross factorisation method was only 3 values.

ReplyDeleteI realised that there are many methods to factorise the equation

I have to spend time to revise to practise my speed in solving the question

-I realised that algebra is not very difficult when we know all the formulas.

ReplyDelete-Now I think that algebra is easy if I do many times over again.

-I realised some algebra questions can be solved by using two or more algebra formulas. (Cross factorisation/ Group factorisation)

I used to think that we can cancel off the squares in an algebraic fraction. Now I know that instead of cancelling it, we must factorise it. I realised that this was the reason why I was unable to solve the question. I have to spend more time on factorisation as I get confused easily.

ReplyDeleteBefore the session, I was very unclear on factorisation by grouping. After the session today, now I am very clear on how to do it and will not make mistakes in exam. Now I have to spend more time revising for other methods of factorization and the different ways to present them.

ReplyDeleteAfter the session today, I have found out what I was weak in and would spend more time to revise, specifically on cross factorisation.

ReplyDeleteI have learnt how to factorise better on Algebra questions.

I used to think that Algebra was simple, but now, I will spent more time on the different methods of Algebra.

1. I realised that when I simplify a fraction, I do not cancel the numerator and the denominator.

ReplyDelete2. I leant that I have to simplify the answer (reduce)

3. I have learnt to use more than 1 method to solve a question such as using group factorisation and cross factorisation

I realised some algebra fractions can use both grouping factorisation and cross method to simplify,

ReplyDeleteI have spent time to revise factorisation by grouping and cross method.

I revised some equations like a2-b2

Three things that i learnt today is:

ReplyDelete1.That when simplifying a fraction,do not cancel the number from the numerator and denominator.

2.That must simplify even more if possible from final answer

3.I learn that there are more than one method to solve a question so if one doesnt work there is a backup

I used to think that the questions in the EOY single paper worksheet were impossible to simplify

ReplyDeleteNow I think I know how to do the questions(Except 3. I understand what it wants but not how to do it)

I realise I have to revise factorisation.

I have to spend time to revise my algebra

I realised that I am slower at Factorisation in Algebra than I should be

ReplyDeleteI have to spend time to revise on percentages so that I have a clearer understanding of what different sentence structures mean

I have to spend time to revise how to state the reasons of every number statement

i realised that in was not as prepared as i thought

ReplyDeletei also realised that i have to revise more on cross factorisation