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LO: To identify mystery numbers using key number facts and application of existing knowledge…
I am a two-digit number I am between 10 and 20 I am a multiple of 3The sum of my digits is 3
I am a 2 digit even number I am between 20 and 40The sum of my digits is 6 I am in the 6 times table
I am the smallest number that is divisible by both 2 and 5
This is the product of an integerI am an odd number I am a square number I am less than100 The sum of my digits is 9 SQUARE number This is the product of an integer With itself e.g: 3 x 3 = 9
I am a number that is divisible by 2, 4, 5 and 10I am great than 30 I am less than 50
I am a two-digit number The sum of my digits is 9 I am divisible by 5I am smaller than 50
I am a 2 digit square numberThe difference between my digits is 5 The sum of my digits is 13
I am a 2 digit- number I am divisible by 5The product of my digits is 25 PRODUCT The result of multiplying two numbers
I am a 2 digit-odd number I am less than 60 I am more than 30I have 3 and 13 among my factors The sum of my digits is 12 FACTOR An integer which divides evenly leaving no remainder
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