Students factorise and expand quadratics to fill in the blanks on the table, including some non-monic quadratic expressions and the difference between two squares.

This makes an engaging and challenging task, as it includes:
- Finding common factors in different quadratics
- Self-checking as the answers are given and students only need to find which position they go in.
- All the different types of quadratics students could be asked to factorise/expand at GCSE.


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