347 results for "factor".

Exam (2 questions) in Brad's workspaceA quick quiz on dividing polynomials and using the factor theorem.

Question in All questions
Some quadratics are to be solved by factorising

Question in Analytical Methods: LO1  Algebraic
Split $\displaystyle \frac{ax+b}{(cx + d)(px+q)}$ into partial fractions.

Question in Polinomios
Aplique el teorema del factor para verificar cuáles de una lista de polinomios lineales son factores de otro polinomio.

Question in John's workspace
Some quadratics are to be solved by factorising

Question in Maths supportCalculating the LCM and HCF of numbers by using prime factorisation.

Question in Maths supportWriting numbers as a product of prime factors

Question in Newcastle University Computing for Mathematics
SPSS fat absorption question. Student downloads one of several SPSS files and carries out some analysis in SPSS, before returning to enter the answers. The analysis is a oneway analysis of variance. If there is a difference in the levels of the factor then a post hoc test (Tukey's honestly significant difference) is used to determine which pairs of variables are significantly different.

Question in john's workspace
Quadratic factorisation that does not rely upon pattern matching.

Question in Analytical Methods: LO1  Algebraic
Quotient and remainder, polynomial division.

Question in Analytical Methods: LO1  Algebraic
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Question in MATH6058 Engineering Maths 1
Factorise three quadratic equations of the form $x^2+bx+c$.
The first has two negative roots, the second has one negative and one positive, and the third is the difference of two squares.

Question in Demos
Customised for the Numbas demo exam
Factorise $x^2+cx+d$ into 2 distinct linear factors and then find $\displaystyle \int \frac{ax+b}{x^2+cx+d}\;dx,\;a \neq 0$ using partial fractions or otherwise.
Video in Show steps.

Question in Fundamentals of Mathematics
Quadratic factorisation that does not rely upon pattern matching.

Question in Howtos
A function which renders the factorisation of a number in LaTeX.

Question in Howtos
Show a list of the factors of a number.
Works by testing each number up to $n$ for divisibility by $n$, so won't do well with really big numbers. Certainly fast enough for numbers up to 4 or 5 digits.

Question in Howtos
A mathematical expression part whose answer is the product of two matrices, $X \times Y$.
By setting the "variable value generator" option for $X$ and $Y$ to produce random matrices, we can ensure that the order of the factors in the student's answer matters: $X \times Y \neq Y \times X$.

Question in Howtos
The student is asked to factorise a quadratic $x^2 + ax + b$. A custom marking script uses pattern matching to ensure that the student's answer is of the form $(x+a)(x+b)$, $(x+a)^2$, or $x(x+a)$.
To find the script, look in the Scripts tab of part a.

Question in Howtos
Student is asked whether a quadratic equation can be factorised. If they say "yes", they're asked to give the factorisation.

Question in All questions
Some quadratics are to be solved by factorising

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Find the stationary points of the function: $f(x,y)=a x ^ 3 + b x ^ 2 y + c y ^ 2 x + dy$ by choosing from a list of points.
Inputting the values given into the partial derivatives to see if 0 is obtained is tedious! Could ask for the factorisation of equation 1 as the solution uses this. However there is a problem in asking for the input of the stationary points  order of input and also giving that there is two stationary points.

Exam (1 question) in Content created by Newcastle University
Statistics and probability. A question on two factor ANOVA.

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Two factor ANOVA example

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Pick four numbers from $1900\dots 2015$ and ask the student to factorise them.
Custom marking scripts make sure the student has entered a complete factorisation.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Factorising 5 to 7 digit numbers into a product of prime powers.
Uses the marking algorithms from question 1 of this CBA

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Factorise $x^2+bx+c$ into 2 distinct linear factors and then find $\displaystyle \int \frac{a}{x^2+bx+c }\;dx$ using partial fractions or otherwise.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Factorise $x^2+cx+d$ into 2 distinct linear factors and then find $\displaystyle \int \frac{ax+b}{x^2+cx+d}\;dx,\;a \neq 0$ using partial fractions or otherwise.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Reducing fractions to their lowest form by cancelling common factors in the numerator and denominator. There are 4 questions.

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Differentiate the following functions: $\displaystyle x ^ n \sinh(ax + b),\;\tanh(cx+d),\;\ln(\cosh(px+q))$

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Factorise $\displaystyle{ax ^ 2 + bx + c}$ into linear factors.