Work with at least one other student.
Number Criteria:
Is a multiple of $4$4.
Is a factor of $48$48.
Has a factor of $9$9.
Is a multiple of $5$5.
Is a multiple of $6$6.
Is a factor of $8$8.
Is factor of both $60$60 and $120$120.
Is a multiple of $3$3.
Can be written as the square of a number (e.g. $64=8^2$64=82)
Numbers Found:
1. What is your technique for determining multiples of a number? What is your technique for testing if a number is a factor of another number? How do these techniques relate to each other?
2. Which of the given items on the list were you able to find the most numbers for? Why do you think that might be?
3. Some numbers were in multiple categories. What sorts of things do those numbers have in common?
4. What everyday situations can you think of where knowledge about factors and multiples is useful?
Know basic multiplication and division facts.