Factorise the sum and difference of cubes
Number of pages: 4 (investigation) + 3 (memo)
Total: 50 marks
Caps required Gr 10’s to do an investigation in term 1.
This investigation on factorising the sum and difference of cubes is a low entry, high exit activity.
The first few questions are fairly easy, while the last few are very difficult. This ensures that all learners can do fairly well, without leaving you with inflated marks.
Investigation on factorising the sum/difference of cubes.
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