“The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog”
The sentence above is a PANGRAM – it contains all 26 letters of the alphabet!
Algebra is much easier, you don’t need to use nearly as many letters. To help you understand it more, try Part 2 of our “How to” Algebra guides. This section provides guidance on power and roots, and explains how to expand single, double and triple brackets. There are example questions for you to try at the end of the powerpoint, and answers are included so you can check your understanding.
Click on the picture below to view our guide.
Come back and check our blog page for more resources to help you improve your understanding of different topics in various subjects. Part 3 of our “How to work with Algebra” guide will be out next week, with support on factorising expressions.
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