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\$100 Question from H1 Write a 6 digit numeral that has: 4 in the hundreds place, 5 in the thousands place, 4 in the hundreds place

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\$100 Question from H2 List all the factors of 24.

\$200 Question from H2 List all the factors of 64.

\$300 Question from H2 Stacey drew 10 cards from a pile: 6, 7, 10, 15, 3, 21, 8, 4, 2, 18 Find the following: Maximum Minimum Mean median

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\$500 Question from H2 Ms. Verdina has a garden with 64 rose bushes. She wants to plant a rectangular array consisting of at least 2 rows and 2 columns. Please draw all the possible arrays.

\$100 Question from H3 Is 64 prime number? How do you know?

\$200 Question from H3 Write the division and multiplication fact family for 3, 7, 21

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\$400 Question from H3 12345 678910 11 1212 131415 1617181920 2122232425 2627282930 Suppose you are playing Factor Captor. The crossed out numbers have already been picked. Which number will you choose next? Why?

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\$300 Question from H4 Draw at least 6 arrays to represent the number 64

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