The trait that covers the other trait is the dominant trait. The trait that is "covered up" is the recessive trait.
Dominant- Covers up another form of a trait. Recessive- Is covered up by a dominant trait.
Factor trees come up with prime factorizations. When you compare one prime factorization with another, you can come up with a GCF.
A dominant trait covers another form of that same trait.
Yes. If you know one factor of a number, divide it into the number. The answer will be another factor.
A factor multiplies with another factor to create a product.
Factors come in pairs. If you know one factor, divide it into the number. The answer will be another factor.
No, that's just a factor. A common factor is when that factor is also a factor of another number.
There are many things to consider when purchasing new seat covers for one's car. The color of the covers, the material of the covers, and how stain resistant the covers are all features that factor into one's decision.
Another name for the least common factor is 1.