Math Forum - Problems Library - Pre-Algebra, Number Theory: Factors

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 TOPICS This page: number theory divisibility rules factors prime numbers sequences and series Factors These problems provide practice with factors and factorization in problem solving and mathematical reasoning. Related Resources Interactive resources from our Math Tools project: Math 7: Number Theory The closest match in our Ask Dr. Math archives: FAQ: Learning to Factor NCTM Standards: Number and Operations Standard for Grades 6-8 Access to these problems requires a Membership. Coding Conundrums - Mary DeYoung & class Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 2. Explore encoding and decoding in this cipher puzzle. ... more>> Counting Chicken Wings - Annie Fetter, Suzanne Alejandre Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 3. Figure out how many wings are in the Biggest Bucket O' Wings. ... more>> Divisible by a Dozen - Terry Trotter & Annie Fetter Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 3. If you take any three consecutive integers, multiply the first times the square of the second, then multiply by the third, is 12 a factor of the product? ... more>> Fences for Fido and Friends - Annie Fetter Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 2. Find the area of each rectangular dog pen. ... more>> An Interesting Integer - Judy Ann Brown Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 2. I'm thinking of a particular integer. It is a multiple of three, five, and seven. No digit occurs more than once. Can you find my number? ... more>> Kate's Combination - Suzanne Alejandre Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 2. Find Kate's locker combination using mathematical clues. Is there more than one possibility? ... more>> Milk Madness - Suzanne Alejandre Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 4. Help Georgina find out how much milk is left using the number pattern she describes. ... more>> Rampaging Reindeer - Judy Ann Brown Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 3. How many different ways can Santa's reindeer be arranged? ... more>> Tiling Tables - Suzanne Alejandre Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 3. Find a method to quickly calculate the dimensions of a rectangular table top with a given area so that it has the smallest possible perimeter. ... more>> Page:  1