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A number that divides evenly into a larger number without a remainder Factor- Lesson 7 - Attachment A

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Factors of 12 = For Example... 1,2,3,4,6,12 Lesson 7 - Attachment A

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A whole number greater that 1 with only two factors – 1 and itself Prime Number- Lesson 7 - Attachment A

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3 is prime For Example... 17 is prime Lesson 7 - Attachment A

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So what do you think PRIME FACTORIZATION means? Lesson 7 - Attachment A

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Decomposing (breaking down) a composite number into the product of its prime factors

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Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic – Every number greater than 1 can be represented only ONE WAY as a product of its prime numbers

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This means each number greater than one has only one prime factorization

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For Example... 3×2×2 = 3×2 2 4 3 23 2 6 12 22 3×2×2 = 3×2 2 Lesson 7 - Attachment A

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For Example... 3×3×2×2 = 3 2 ×2 2 6 6 22 94 36 32 3×3×2×2 = 3 2 ×2 2 33 32 Lesson 7 - Attachment A

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1) 20 2) 8 3) 24 4) 50 5) 44 6) 100 Lets Practice Lesson 7 - Attachment A

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