In mathematics, a factor of a base number is any number that can be evenly divided into the base number. Due to this definition, a factor can only be less or equal to the original base number. Although all whole numbers ... More »

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A factor rainbow is a way of writing factors for numbers using a series of arcs. It helps students ensure they have all the factors by listing them in consecutive order. More »

The factors of 20 are one, two, four, five, 10, 20, negative one, negative two, negative four, negative five, -10 and -20. The prime factors of 20 are two, four and five. More »

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In mathematics, a prime number is any whole number greater than one that has no positive factors other than one and itself. For example, the number 17 is prime, because its only factors are one and 17. More »

In mathematics, the short word form is created by writing a large number using a combination of numbers and words. For instance, the short word form of 785,000 is 785 thousand. More »

A factor pair is a pair of integers whose product is a given number. The factors of a prime number are only 1 and itself. Composite numbers have the factor pair of 1 and itself, as well as at least one other factor pair. More »

The Spelling City website features a large base of vocabulary terms used in mathematics that are organized based on skill level and age. Along with terms and definitions, the website also offers lesson plans and teaching... More »

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