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Grade 6 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by mandeekarr10
Grade 6 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by pmcdonagh
Grade 6 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by pmcdonagh
Grade 6 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by pmcdonagh
Grade 6 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by havera
The letters GCF stand for                          .
  1. Greatest Central Fraction
  2. Greatest Common Factor
  3. Greatest Common Fraction
  4. Greatest Central Freshman
Grade 5 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by MsClay
Grade 5 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by Diane_Wymer
Choose all that apply, the number 52 is?
  1. even
  2. odd
  3. prime
  4. composite
  5. square
Grade 6 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by AprilMWhite
Grade 4 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by TiffTwns
Grade 5 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by Diane_Wymer
Choose all that apply, number 9 is
  1. even
  2. odd
  3. prime
  4. composite
  5. square
Grade 6 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by satoia
Which is the prime factorization of 100?
  1. 2x50
  2. 2x2x25
  3. 4x25
  4. 2x2x5x5
Grade 6 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by satoia
Grade 6 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by seabsher
What is the Least Common Multiple (LCM)?
  1. The smallest multiple of 1 number.
  2. The smallest number you can write.
  3. The smallest multiple that 2 or more numbers have in common.
  4. None of the above.
Grade 5 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by Julie_Canavan
Grade 6 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by seabsher
What is a Greatest Common Factor (GCF)?
  1. The largest number you can write.
  2. The largest factor two or more numbers have in common.
  3. The largest factor of one number.
  4. None of the above.
Grade 5 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by atracy
Grade 6 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by LBeth
Grade 6 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by satoia
Grade 6 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by satoia
Grade 7 :: Primes, Factors, and Multiples by unamartin
A prime number is                                              .
  1. A number which has many factors.
  2. A number whose only factors are 1 and itself.
  3. Is always an odd number.
  4. Is a number that comes first.
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