# Multiples and factors and prime factorsWatch

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Thread starter 6 months ago
#1
Use the following list of numbers to answer the question below 4,6,10,14,15,17,24,30
a) find one number that’s a multiple of 2 a multiple of 3 and a multiple of 4
b) find one number that’s a multiple of 3 and a factor of 36
Q2 what number should replace the ? In the equation 14 times 30=7 x? To make it true
Q3 express as products of there prime factors
A 990 B 160
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6 months ago
#2
What have you tried so far?

Which part are you stuck on?
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Thread starter 6 months ago
#3
Do you have Instagram or anything so then I can like message you and show you
(Original post by MediocreSince01)
What have you tried so far?

Which part are you stuck on?
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6 months ago
#4
Thank god it’s not just me stuck on these dam things! I have recently started a course to brush up on maths before September and I feel like I should be at pre school grade 🤣
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Thread starter 6 months ago
#5
Okay
(Original post by Matstu77)
Thank god it’s not just me stuck on these dam things! I have recently started a course to brush up on maths before September and I feel like I should be at pre school grade 🤣
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6 months ago
#6
(Original post by Bayleyzara)
Okay
You can post pictures on TSR.
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6 months ago
#7
Multiples of 2 are 2,4,6,8,12....
Multiples of 3 are 3,6,9,12,15
Multiples of 4 are 4,8,12,16

What number is common to all of them?
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