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How do you determine if a number is a prime or composite number? For example: Is 15 a prime or composite number?
You will learn how to determine if a number is prime or composite number by using area models.
Let’s Review 2 x 3 = x 2 3 Multiplication can be shown as an area model.
A Common Mistake Not all odd numbers are prime numbers. 5 is ODD & a prime 9 is ODD & is NOT prime
Core Lesson A prime number has ONLY one set of factor pairs (1 and itself). 5:5: 1x51x5 9:9: 1x91x9 3x33x3 prime composite
Core Lesson Is 15 a prime or composite number? 15: 1 x 15 3 x 5
In this lesson you have learned how to determine if a number is prime or composite by using area models.
Guided Practice 17 Prime or Composite? 1 x 17= 17
Extension Activities Look at these numbers: 10, 11, and 12 Which ones are prime? Which ones are composite?
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