Algebra\Quadratic equations\Factorisable

No | Description | Difficulty | Syllabus | Level | |
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1 | Bx + C = Ax^2; B,C -ve, A=1; MC | Hard | GCSE | Intermediate | Related material |

2 | (ax+b)(cx+d) expressed as C+Bx=Ax^2; MC | Hard | A-level | C1 | Related material |

3 | (ax+b)(cx+d) expressed as Ax^2+C=Bx; MC | Hard | A-level | C1 | Related material |

4 | (ax+b)(cx+d) expressed as Ax^2+Bx=C; MC | Hard | A-level | C1 | Related material |

5 | (ax+b)(cx+d) expressed as Ax^2+Bx+C=0; MC | Intermediate | A-level | C1 | Related material |

6 | (ax+b)^2+c=d; 2NI | Intermediate | GCSE | Intermediate | Related material |

7 | Ax^2 + Bx+ C = 0,A=1,B,C +ve; MC | Easy | GCSE | Foundation | Related material |

8 | Ax^2 + Bx+ C = (ax+b)(cx+d), A=1,B,C +ve; MC | Intermediate | GCSE | Intermediate | Related material |

9 | Ax^2 + Bx = C; A=1, C +ve; MC | Hard | GCSE | Intermediate | Related material |

10 | (ax-b)(cx+d)=0; MC | Easy | GCSE | Foundation | Related material |