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You need to 'getrid' of two sets of adjoining brackets so that you can work out the values of the terms within the brackets. Each term in the first bracket needs to be multiplied by each term in the second bracket. Try this Math quiz on Linear Brackets.














A letter multiplied by itself gives us the square of the letter

When multiplying powers, we add them together


When dividing powers we take one from the other

If you add powers together you multiply and if you deduct powers you divide. You would need to know the value of x in order to represent it in another way after adding or subtracting


Two like terms (+ and + or  and ) will equal a plus; two unlike terms (+ and ) will equal a minus

Don't forget a minus times a minus equals a plus but a minus times a plus equals a minus





'Simplifying' an expression means 'gathering together' all the 'like units'. For instance x + 2x becomes 3x; 4a  5a becomes a etc.

