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Imane Osman

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List the Factors of a Number

Tap Step 1-Use the or to write all the factor pairs of each number Step 2-List the factors of each number from least to greatest. Step 3-Answer the following questions on the same Seesaw Drawing. The questions are written on the second page of the drawing. 1- What do you notice about the number of factors of 31 compared to the number of factors of 32? 2- Can you find another number that has the same number of factors as 31?

4th Grade, Math
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