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Prime Factors

to go with Illuminations The Venn Factor

Julie Martin

on 7 December 2012

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Transcript of Prime Factors

Pair up with your neighbor Venn Diagrams To find Common Factors Draw a venn diagram Fill in your venn diagram with your partner What are factors? Numbers that are multiplied together to form a product. The result of multiplying two or more factors. In your notebook write down 10 things about yourself. What are composite numbers? What are prime numbers? Numbers that have exactly two factors, one and itself. Numbers that have more than two factors. What is a product? Factors of 18 [1,2,3,6,9,18]
Factors of 24 [1,2,3,4,6,8,12,24] One partner find the factors of 18,
and one partner find the factors of 24 Use 2 circles to make a venn diagram
and fill it in with the factors of 18 and 24 18
9 2
6 24
4 Let's use a factor tree to find the factors of
18 and 24 2 9 3 8 3 3 2 18 Prime Factorization 24 2
3 2 2
2 x 6 GCF What is the
Greatest Common Factor
of 14 and 72? You Try:
Find the prime factors of
14 and 72. Find the greatest common factor of
36, 48, and 60 Complete the worksheet
with your partner. 4 2 2
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