Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will refamiliarise ourselves with the concepts of multiples and factors. We will use the language of factors and multiples by giving examples, describing rectangular arrays and defining the terms. We will then model how to solve missing number puzzles requiring understanding of the language before letting you have a go independently.

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5 Questions

Q1.
Which number is a multiple of 13?
49
Correct answer: 65
79
99
Q2.
Which number is NOT a factor of 132?
12
4
6
Correct answer: 8
Q3.
Use the array below to identify which statement is inaccurate.
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11 is a factor of 33
Correct answer: 11 is a multiple of 3
3 is a factor of 33
33 is multiple of 11
Q4.
Which of the following statements is false?
Correct answer: All factors of 42 are even numbers
All multiples of 10 are even numbers
Multiples of 11 are a mixture of odd and even numbers
Only even numbers can be factors of 16
Q5.
Can you find the mystery number? It is less than 50, 6 and 12 are both factors of it and it is a multiple of 9.
27
Correct answer: 36
42
45