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100 200 400 300 400 Vocab Prime Factorization GCF/LCMMisc. 300 200 400 200 100 500 100

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Row 1, Col 1 A number containing factors of only 1 and itself What is a prime number?

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1,2 The prime factorization of 16 What is two to the fourth?

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1,3 The greatest common factor of 10 and 20 What is 10?

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1,4 This list contains this type of number: 60, 12, 14, 55, 78 What is composite?

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2,1 A number having more than two factors What is a composite number?

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2,2 This number is represented by 2 2 x 3 x 7 What is 84?

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2,3 The least common multiple of 3 and 5 What is 15?

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2,4 The exponential form of this number is 2 3 x 5 What is 40?

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3,1 Examples of this type of number are: 4, 81, 25 What is a square number?

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3,2 This number is represented by 2 x 3 x 5 x 7 What is 210?

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3,3 The school cafeteria serves Bosco sticks every 5 days and pizza every 12 days. If they were served together today, how many days from now will they be served together again? What is 60 days?

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3,4 The arrays below represent the factors of this number What is 15?

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4,1 When we say “to the power of” we are referring to this. (The 4 in 2 4 ) What is an exponent?

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4,2 The prime factorization of 36 What is 2 2 x 3 2 ?

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4,3 The GCF of 30 and 42 What is 6?

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4,4 This can help you find the prime factorization of a number What is a factor tree?

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5,1 The unique way to write any composite number, such as: 2 x 3 x 5 or 2 2 x 7 What is the prime factorization?

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5,2 The prime factorization of 220 What is 2 2 x 5 x 11?

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5,3 The Holt Rams basketball team had a can drive that raised 49 cans of meat and 70 cans of vegetables. They want to share the cans equally between families in need. The maximum number of families they can serve is… What is 7?

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5,4 Story problems that ask you to distribute two types of items evenly (or equally), are asking you to use this strategy, also a vocab word What is greatest common factor?

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