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One of two or more numbers that are multiplied to get a product. Factors
List all the factors of 18 1,18 2,9 3,6
The product of a given whole number and another whole number. The numbers you "land-on" when skip-counting by a given whole number. Multiples
Why will you never be asked to list ALL the multiples of a number? Because all numbers have an infinite number of multiples.
If 24 is a multiple of 12, that means that 12 is _________ of 24. Factor
A number with only two factors, one and the number itself. Prime Number
A whole number with more than two factors. Composite Number
Is the number one prime or composite? Neither, one is a special number because it only has one factor, itself.
The largest factor that two numbers share. The Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
The smallest multiple that two numbers share. The Least Common Multiple (LCM)
The prime factor string you get when breaking a number down into its prime factors using either upside-down division or factor trees. Prime Factorization
Name a method you could use to find the GCF of two numbers. Venn Diagrams, Listing all the factors to find the greatest match, Prime Factorization (using the prime factor strings)
Name a method you could use to find the LCM of two numbers. Venn Diagrams, Listing the multiples, Prime Factorization (prime factor strings)
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