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Write the factors of \({68}\)
The factors of a number are defined as the number which can be multiplied to get the original number. By multiplying two factors of a number, a product is obtained which is equal to the original number.
Factors of
Write the factors of \({12}\)
The factors of a number are defined as the number which can be multiplied to get the original number. By multiplying two factors of a number, a product is obtained which is equal to the original number.
Factors of
Write the first multiples of \({13}\)
The multiples of a whole number are found by taking the product of any counting number i.e 1, 2, 3 â€¦ 9. and that whole number.
Write all the prime numbers less than \({14}\)
Prime numbers are numbers which are only divisible by only one and that number. We can find prime numbers by checking the factors of the number.
Prime Members
Write the numbers less than \({25}\) that are divisible by \({7}\).
The numbers will be a multiple of the number in the question. Divisible in math terms means that the number is capable of being evenly divided, without remainder.
Write the numbers less than \({20}\) that are divisible by \({2}\) and \({3}\).
The numbers will be a multiple of the number in the question. Divisible in math terms means that the number is capable of being evenly divided, without remainder.
Divisible numbers
Write the numbers less than \({20}\) that are divisible by \({3}\) and \({4}\).
The numbers will be a multiple of the number in the question. Divisible in math terms means that the number is capable of being evenly divided, without remainder.
Divisible numbers
write the numbers less than \({20}\) which are divisible by \({1}\) and \({5}\).
The numbers will be a multiple of the number in the question. Divisible in math terms means that the number is capable of being evenly divided, without remainder.
Divisible numbers
Write the common factors of \({4}\) and \({24}\)
The factors of the two numbers that divide any number into a whole number. Common factors are factors (divisors) that are in common among a set of numbers.
Common factors
Write the common factors of \({4}\) and \({65}\)
The factors of the two numbers that divide any number into a whole number. Common factors are factors (divisors) that are in common among a set of numbers.
Common factors Only
Write the common factors between \({7}\) and \({35}\)
The factors of the two numbers that divide any number into a whole number. Common factors are factors (divisors) that are in common among a set of numbers.
Common factors
Write the common factors between \({4, \: 12, \: 16}\)
The factors of the two numbers that divide any number into a whole number. Common factors are factors (divisors) that are in common among a set of numbers.
Common factors
Write the common factors of \({75, \: 60, \: 210}\)
The factors of the two numbers that divide any number into a whole number. Common factors are factors (divisors) that are in common among a set of numbers.
Common factors
Find the prime factorization of \({39}\)
Therefore, the prime factor is
Find the LCM of \({12 \: \& \: 18}\)
Find the LCM of \({24 \: \& \: 18}\)
Find the LCM of \({36 \: \& \: 45}\)
Find the LCM of \({37 \: \& \: 67}\)
Write the LCM of \({13 \: \& \: 39}\)
Write the LCM of \({21 \: \& \: 31}\)