# 6th Grade Factoring

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 86

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A 6th grade level comprehension test over factoring and vocabulary.

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• 1.
List all the factor pairs for the number 18.
• 2.
List the first ten mulitiples of the number 25.
• 3.
Jill says that 6 is a factor of 56 and 36. Is she correct? Explain your reasoning.
• 4.
Vincent made three dozen cookies for the student council bake sale. He wants to package them in small bags with the same number of cookies in each bag.a. List all the ways Vincent can package the cookiesb. If you were Vincent, how many cookies would you put in each bag? Why?c. Vincent spent \$5.40 on ingredients for the cookies. The student council will pay him back for the money he spent. For each of the answers you have for part a, determine how much the student council should charge for each bag of cookies so they make a profit yet still get students to buy the cookies.
• 5.
List four pairs of numbers whose least common multiple is the same as their product. For example, the least common multiple of 5 and 6 is 30.
• 6.
List four pairs of numbers whose least common multiple is smaller than their product. For example, the least common multiple of 6 and 9 is 18.
• 7.
Find three different ways to factor each of the following numbers in to a product of factors. DO NOT use 1 as a factor. (show all the proper factor pairs)
• A.

72

• B.

16

• C.

105

• D.

132

• 8.
List all the factor pairs for each number.
• A.

25

• B.

36

• C.

48

• 9.
Write the prime factorization of each number.
• A.

48

• B.

95

• C.

120

• 10.
Judith is planning a party for her younger brother. She has 36 prizes and 24 balloons. How many children can she have at the party so that each child gets an equal number of prizes and an equal number of balloons? Explain your answer.