# 'Prime factors' presentation slideshows

## Richard Montgomery High School

Richard Montgomery High School “More Than Just A Field” Why we are installing a synthetic turf field All-weather, all season availability for a variety of events Increased playing hours for use by RM students and for the RM community Fewer injuries to all the athletes utilizing the field

By oshin
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## Integers and Division

Integers and Division. CS/APMA 202 Rosen section 2.4 Aaron Bloomfield. Rosen, chapter 2. We are only doing 2 or 3 of the sections in chapter 2 2.4: integers and division 2.6: applications of number theory And only parts of that section 2.7: matrices (maybe). Quick survey.

By Audrey
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## Dividing Monomials

Dividing Monomials. Let's look at the rules. For all integers “m” and “n” and any nonzero number “a” ……. When the problems look like this, and the bases are the same, you will subtract the exponents. ANY number raised to the zero power is equal to ONE.

By sari
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## Lesson 33 Products of Prime Factors – Statements About Unequal Quantities

Lesson 33 Products of Prime Factors – Statements About Unequal Quantities. A PRIME NUMBER ia a counting number greater than 1 whose only counting number factors are 1 and the number itself. Express 80 as a product of prime factors. Express 147 as a product of prime factors.

By oya
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## Finding The Greatest Common Factor

Finding The Greatest Common Factor. Greatest Common Factor. The greatest common factor is the largest common factor of two numbers. Factors are all of the numbers that divide into a given number equally.

By louisa
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## Polynomials and Polynomial Functions

Chapter 5. Polynomials and Polynomial Functions. Chapter Sections. 5.1 – Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials 5.2 – Multiplication of Polynomials 5.3 – Division of Polynomials and Synthetic Division 5.4 – Factoring a Monomial from a Polynomial and Factoring by Grouping

By ashley
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## Do now: Write 42 and 49 as products of their prime factors. State the HCF and the LCM

Do now: Write 42 and 49 as products of their prime factors. State the HCF and the LCM. Can you use the Venn diagram to help you find the HCF and LCM?. How well did you do?. Now write 48 and 84 as products of their prime factors. State the HCF and the LCM.

By druce
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## Lesson 43 Least Common Multiple – Least Common Multiples of Algebraic Expressions

Lesson 43 Least Common Multiple – Least Common Multiples of Algebraic Expressions. The LEAST COMMON MULTIPLE is the smallest number that can be evenly divided by each of a group of numbers. To find the LEAST COMMON MULTIPLE (LCM): 1. Write each number as a product of prime factors.

By les
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## Prime Factor Tree

Prime Factor Tree. Discovering Prime Factors of Any Number. Definitions. Prime Number – An integer whose only factors are 1 and itself. Factor – a number that can divide another number without a remainder.

By allison
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## Whole Number Arithmetic

Whole Number Arithmetic. Factors and Primes. { factors of 15 } { factors of 32 } { factors of 27 } { factors of 28 } . (1, 3, 5, 15) (1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32) (1, 3, 9, 27) (1, 2, 4, 7, 14, 28). Exercise 5 - Oral examples. { factors of 4 } { factors of 9 } { factors of 16 }

By kolton
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## Basic Number Work

Basic Number Work. Multiples These are basically your multiplication tables (or timetables) Example What are the first five multiples of 5? Example What are the first five multiples of 8?. 2. Lowest Common Multiple Example What is the lowest common multiple of 6 and 8? Example

By ida
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## 15-349 Introduction to Computer and Network Security

15-349 Introduction to Computer and Network Security. Iliano Cervesato 26 August 2008 – Modern Cryptography. Where we are. Course intro Cryptography Intro to crypto Modern crypto Symmetric encryption Asymmetric encryption Beyond encryption Cryptographic protocols Attacking protocols

By etana
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## Prime Factor Decomposition

Prime Factor Decomposition. What does this mean?. Prime. Factor. Decomposition. Prime Numbers. A number that divides exactly into another number (no remainder),. Break down into smaller parts. So it is the process of breaking numbers down into the prime factors that make it up.

By maribeth
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## Prime Factorization (Factor Trees)

Prime Factorization (Factor Trees). Prime Factorization. Any composite number can be written as a product of prime numbers This is done by a process called prime factorization (factor trees). Prime Factorization. Step 1: Find two factors of the given number (except1)

By mitch
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## CSci 2011 Discrete Mathematics Lecture 15

CSci 2011 Discrete Mathematics Lecture 15. Yongdae Kim. Admin. Due dates and quiz Groupwork 7 is due on Oct 26 th . Homework 4 is due on Oct 28 th . Quiz 4: Nov 4 th . 1 page cheat sheet is allowed. E-mail: csci2011-help@cselabs.umn.edu Put  in front. Check class web site

By jeb
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## 6.2 Polynomials and Linear Factors

6.2 Polynomials and Linear Factors. Linear Factors. Just as you can write a number into its prime factors you can write a poly into its linear factors. Ex. 6 into 2 & 3 x 2 + 4x – 12 into (x+6)(x-2). We can take a poly in factored form and rewrite it into standard form.

By natala
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## How to Build a Factor Tree

How to Build a Factor Tree. You will need to use factors and prime numbers. . Factors 12: 1, 12 build the outside 12: 1, 2, 6, 12 Count up to 2 --- yes, 2 x 6 12: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12 Count up to 3 --- yes, 3 x 4 12: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12

By barid
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## Factorgrams

Factorgrams. I want to show you how our knowledge of factors can produce some interesting geometric patterns. For example the number 15 has two prime factors, 3 and 5. We can set out a 'picture' or factorgram as follows. . means divide by 3       means divide by 5 .

By riva
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## CSE115/ENGR160 Discrete Mathematics 03/13/12

CSE115/ENGR160 Discrete Mathematics 03/13/12. Ming-Hsuan Yang UC Merced. 4.1 Divisibility and modular arithmetic. Number theory : the branch of mathematics involves integers and their properties If a and b are integers with a≠0, we say that a divides b if there is an integer c s.t. b=ac

By rhea
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## Factoring using GCF

Factoring using GCF. Algebra I. Definitions. Prime number – is a whole number whose only factors are itself and one (a number can’t be factored any more) Composite number – is an integer that can be factored

By isla
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