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Factoring

1 Factors and Factorization

1.1 Factors are any numbers that when multiplied
by another number equal a certain number

1.2 An example:

1.2.1 3 x 4 =12

1.2.1.1 3 and 4 are
factors of 12

2 Greatest Common Factor

2.1 The greatest common factor is the greatest
factor 2 numbers have in common

2.2 An example:

2.2.1 36 and 6
36: 1, 3, 13,
39 / 6: 1, 2, 3, 6

3 Divisibility of Factors

3.1 Divisability of factors is if a
number is divisible (evenly)
by another number

3.2 An example:

3.2.1 50/5=10

3.2.1.1 50 is divisable by 5

4 Factor Trees