Multiples and factors
4 is a ______ of 12 because 4 divides exactly into 12 without leaving a remainder.In this video Paula explores the link between factors and multiples and shows that in most cases the factors of a number can be paired up. However, something unusual happens when we attempt to pair up the factors of a square number.
Problem worksheetNow complete question 4 from this week’s worksheet.
Teaching resourceThis collection contains resources covering topics including factors and multiples. Each topic is introduced in the form of a puzzle, many of which have several different solutions.
Maths Subject Knowledge: Understanding Numbers
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