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Home MathSphere - Resources MathSphere Ltd P.O. Box 7533WeymouthDT4 4FPtel: 01273 782 786 fax: 01273 785 550 MathSphere Free Resources for children aged 5 to 11 These links lead to a wide variety of free maths pages which are all in Flash paper or pdf format, allowing for easy printing out. Sample Worksheets from 'It's All Figured Out!' Over 300 free worksheets for children from aged 5 to 11, taken from the 'It's All Figured Out' CD. Sample Worksheets from 'Booster' CD for Year 6 children A selection of typical Key Stage 2 test questions from our KS2 Booster CD. Planning and assessment using MathSphere products If you have the Year 3 or 4 MathSphere Calculations CDs here are some excellent planning and assessment sheets. Maths Dictionary Fantastic detailed maths dictionary explaining all the more complex language used in teaching primary maths today. Graph & Line Paper Short of squared paper? Board Games Like playing games with a mathematical bias? Maths Magic Maths Puzzles Plenty of thought provoking puzzles here.

Geometric Shapes. Your One Stop Basic Geometry Resource Visual Fractions - A Fractions Modeling Tutorial TSM Resources Factoring a Quadratic Trinomial by Grouping Another method for factoring these kinds of quadratic trinomials is called factoring by grouping. Factoring by grouping can be a bit more tedious, and is often not worth the trouble if you can find the correct factors by some quick trial and error. However, it works quite well when the factors are not immediately obvious, such as when you have a very large number of candidate factors. Factoring by grouping is best demonstrated with a few examples. Example: The Procedure Given a general quadratic trinomial ax2 + bx + c 1. 2. hk = ac (h and k are factors of the product of the coefficient of x2 and the constant term) h + k = b (h and k add to give the coefficient of x) 3. ax2 + hx + kx + c 4. (ax2 + hx) + (kx + c) x(ax + h) + (kx + c) (note: because of the way you chose h and k, you will be able to factor a constant out of the second parentheses, leaving you with two identical expressions in parentheses as in the examples).

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