In math, a factor is a number that will go into another number. For example, 2 multiplied by 5 equals 10. In this example, the numbers 2 and 5 are the factors and 10 in the product.
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It's a way to display the prime factors of a number, like factor trees and factor rainbows. It really doesn't matter where you write the factors on the page. What matters is keeping
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1 x 24. 2 x 12. 3 x 8. 4 x 6.
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Common factors of 20 are; 1,2,4,5, and 20. 1x20=20, 2x10=20, 4x5=20, 5x4=20, 20x1+=20. If you have to show your work then just check mine.
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