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factor one of two or more numbers multiplied to get a product; a number that goes into another number evenly
proper factors all of the factors of a number except the number itself
prime number has only two factors- one and itself
composite number a whole number with factors other than one and itself
multiple the product of a given whole number and another number
product the answer to a multiplication problem
order of operations parenthesis, exponents, multiplication/division, addition/subtraction
factor pair two numbers that multiply to get a product
square number has an odd number of factors; a number multiplied by itself equals a square number
conjecture a logical guess about what you think will happen in a math situation
even numbers has 2 as a factor; ends in 0,2,4,6,8
odd number does not have 2 as a factor; ends in 1,3,5,7,9
even + even = even
odd + odd = even
even + odd = odd
even x even = even
odd x odd = odd
even x odd = even
Venn diagram uses circles to group things that belong together
GCF- Greatest Common Factor the biggest number that goes into two or more numbers evenly
common factors factors that two or more numbers share
LCM- Least Common Multiple the smallest number that two or more numbers can go into evenly
prime factorization the longest factor string for any whole number- made up of all prime numbers
exponents small raised number that shows how many times a number is multiplied
Created by: mspalese