How to work Algebra: Part 3
Take your mind off learning how to work with algebra – with some amazing Maths facts!
- Every odd number has the letter ‘E’ in it!
- The number 73939133 is a prime number. On its own, this is not particularly special. However, if you keep removing one digit from the right, you will always get a prime number. It is the largest prime number whereby this happens!
- In a room filled with 75 people, there is a 99% chance two of them share the same birthday.
- The number forty is the only number spelled with all the letters in alphabetical order.
If you are struggling with algebra then check out Part 3 of our “How to” Algebra guides. This section provides guidance on factorising expressions, including single brackets and the difference of two squares. There are example questions for you to try at the end of the power point, and answers are included so you can check your understanding.
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