### Definition of Factorisation

1. Noun. (mathematics) the resolution of an entity into factors such that when multiplied together they give the original entity.

Exact synonyms: Factoring, Factorization
Generic synonyms: Resolution, Resolving
Category relationships: Math, Mathematics, Maths
Derivative terms: Factor, Factor, Factorise, Factor, Factorize

### Definition of Factorisation

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of factorization) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Factorisation

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### Literary usage of Factorisation

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1. Algebra: An Elementary Text-book, for the Higher Classes of Secondary by George Chrystal (1904)
"Reduction by factorisation. — If we know one root of aii integral equation /(*) = 0 (1), say x = a, then, by the remainder theorem, we know that f(x) = (x ..."

2. Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society by London Mathematical Society (1898)
"N — APF of (1+ T"), where Y= 3y2 and n = Sa to various high limits, for the index n = 3o> = 3t, 9, 15, 21, 33. The factorisation of the ..."

3. Report of the Annual Meeting (1908)
"... of v* in the expansion of - 1 (ly)(ly«) . . . (ly ) For a the number of ways of selecting positive or zero integers such that 7. factorisation of the ..."

4. Treatise on Trigonometry by William Ernest Johnson (1889)
"and - _ _._ 7(2) tan(9 1 1 02 e2 ^2 . § 3. RESOLUTION INTO FACTORS. Endless factorisation. 514. The product of an infinite number of factors ..."

5. Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1899)
"A method is given later for actually carrying out the process of factorisation. The proof above given is not applicable to the factorisation of the ..."