This short video explains how to 'collect like terms' or what is more commonly known as 'simplify an expression'. It shows how to present your answer so that you would get full marks for this type of question if it was in a GCSE Maths exam. If this video is helpful please like, subscribe and share. Comment on what topic area you would like to see explained next.

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