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Mathematicians call them "factor pairs."

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In mathematical terms, factor pairs are numbers that combine to create a given product. The factor pairs of 12 are (12,1)(6,2)(4,3)


By grouping. Sometimes group 3 terms and factor them as trimonial them see if you can do more with the last term. sometimes you group them into pairs and factor the pairs, then see if you can do more.


The length of a factor string depends on how many factors are in it. The smallest are factor pairs, the longest are prime factorizations.


Yes. Factor pairs are always repeated across pairs since factor pairs are certain kinds of pairs.


Term is a mathematical factor. It is a number on a graph. You have to solve it then. Sorry that this wasn't very helpful, but that is all I can think of.


the factor pairs are 1x35, 5x7


the factor pairs are 1x35 & 5x7


Factors are single numbers. Factor pairs are listed in pairs.


its a factor with two pairs of the same number


The factor pairs of 51 are (1,51) and (17,3)


The factor pairs of 57 are 3x19 and 1x57


The factor pairs of 343 are (343,1) and (49,7)


Factor pairs refer to integers, not decimals.


The factor pairs are 1•41


The factor pairs of 91 are (1,91) and (7,13).


There are 3 factor pairs of 16.


The factor pairs of 27 are 1x27 and 3x9.


No. In normal mathematical usage the term factor refers to an integer that goes into another integer without remainder. There is, therefore, no need for a decimal place.No. In normal mathematical usage the term factor refers to an integer that goes into another integer without remainder. There is, therefore, no need for a decimal place.No. In normal mathematical usage the term factor refers to an integer that goes into another integer without remainder. There is, therefore, no need for a decimal place.No. In normal mathematical usage the term factor refers to an integer that goes into another integer without remainder. There is, therefore, no need for a decimal place.


20 has 3 factor pairs. Pairs are (1,20), (2,10) and (9,9)


The factor pairs of 12 are (12,1), (6,2), and (4,3) The factor pairs of 18 are (18,1), (9,2), and (6,3)


The factor pairs of 16 are 1x16, 8x2, and 4x4


The Factor pairs for 80 are 1x80, 2x40, and 8x10


The factor pairs of 75 are (75,1), (25,3), and (15,5)


The factor pairs are 1 and 8, and 2 and 4


The factor pairs of 98 are (1,98), (2,49), and (7,14).



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