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Prime Factor Decomposition
Prime Factor Decomposition is the method of finding factors of a certain number that are only prime numbers. Using the Tree Method, we will show you how to find the prime factors of a number. In this GCSE Maths… more

Prime Factor Decomposition is the method of finding factors of a certain number that are only prime numbers. Using the Tree Method, we will show you how to find the prime factors of a number. In this GCSE Maths revision video, our GCSE Maths tutor discusses Prime Factor Decomposition.

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The Metric System
Converting Between Units
Place Value
Addition
Subtraction
Multiplication - Traditional Method
Multiplication - Grid Method
Multiplication - Russian Peasant Method
Multiplication - Vedic Method
Division - Overview
Division - Short Division
Division - Long Division
Decimals - What Are They
Decimals - Adding And Subtracting
Rounding - Decimal Places
Rounding - Significant Figures
Converting Decimals To Fractions
Decimals - Dividing
Decimals - Multiplying
Standard Form
Fractions - Overview
Fractions - Multiplying
Fractions - Dividing
Fractions - Adding And Subtracting (Traditional Method)
Fractions - Adding And Subtracting (Grid Method)
Fractions - Simplifying Or Cancelling
Fractions - Converting Between Types
Converting Fractions To Decimals
Fraction Of An Amount
Converting Between Fractions, Decimals And Percentages
Why 0.9999... = 1
Converting Recurring Decimals into Fractions
Squaring And Cubing
Square Roots And Cube Roots
Higher Powers and Roots
Estimating Roots
BODMAS (Order Of Operations)
Factors
Prime Numbers
Prime Factor Decomposition
Ratios - Overview And Cancelling
Ratios - Solving Problems
Indices - Where The Laws Come From
Indices - Using The Laws In Practice
Percentages
Percentage Increases/Decreases
Negative Numbers

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