As a review of the material you’ve been taught so far, I ask that you please complete the following packets over the Winter Break. They will help ensure that you stay on track and are ready to continue learning when you come back next year! READING WRITING SCIENCE MATH Thank you & enjoy your break! Read more about 5th Gr. Winter Packets[…]
To find the greatest Common factor of two numbers you must first find all of the factors of each given number. For example: Find the Greatest Common Factor of 8 and 24. 1. Find all of the factors of 8 8×1=8 2×4=8 So, the factors of 8 are: 1,2,4,8 (the numbers that when multiplied together Read more about Finding the Greatest Common Factor “GCF”[…]
Factors are numbers that you multiply together to get a product. To find the prime factorization of a number, use a factor tree! Find all the prime factors of the given number. Don’t forget to circle all the prime numbers as you work out the factor trees. Practice Khan Academy Math Playground
Prime and Composite Numbers A prime number is a whole number that only has two factors which are one and itself. A composite number has more than two factors. The numbers zero and one are neither prime nor composite. All even numbers are divisible by two and so all even numbers greater than two are Read more about Prime and Composite Numbers[…]
Practice Divisibility Dots!