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Factor/ Multiple

Chapter 2 Vocabualry

Factor A whole number which divides evenly into another whole number
Factor Pair 2 factors which are multiplied together to get a product (answer to multiplication problem)
Common Factor A factor that is 'shared' by two or more numbers
Greatest Common Factor (GCF) The LARGEST factor that is 'shared' by two or more numbers
Prime Number A whole number with ONLY one factor pair
Composite Number A whole number with MORE than one factor pair
Prime Factorization Any composite number may be written as a product of prime numbers
Relatively Prime Numbers a re relatively prime if their GCF is 1
Multiple a.) all numbers landed upon when skip counting b.) the product of a number and another whole number
Common Multiple All multiples that are 'shared' by 2 or more numbers
Least Common Multiple (LCM) The smallest multiple that 2 or more numbers 'share'
Created by: Bigelow6B