|Literal factor (Division):|
If two or more algebraic expressions are multiplied, their product is obtained. Each of the algebraic expressions which are multiplied to form the product are called the factors (divisors) of the product.
Example: Express 5x - 15y as product of factors.
1. To factorise a multinomial means to express the multinomial as product of
two or more expressions. These two or more expressions whose product is
equal to the given multinomial are called the factors (divisors) of the
multinomial. This is the reverse process of multiplication.
Directions: Write the given terms as product of factors. Also write at least 10 examples of your own.