Prime Time Vocab Test

- 1. A number with exactly two factors, 1 and itself is called a:
A) multiple B) composite C) product D) prime number - 2. In the example 3, 6, 9, 12... the numbers are called:
A) factor pairs B) prime numbers C) products D) multiples - 3. In the example 2 X 3 = 6. The number 6 is the:
A) product B) multiple C) prime D) factor - 4. In the example 2 X 3 = 6, the numbers 2 and 3 are:
A) products B) primes C) evens D) factors - 5. A number that has more than two factors is called a:
A) prime number B) odd number C) composite number D) even number - 6. When multiplying, this is the result of a number times itself.
A) square number B) prime factorization C) odd number D) composite number - 7. The greatest factor that two or more numbers share.
A) factor pair B) greatest common factor C) factor number D) least common multiple - 8. In a rectangle the lengths of its sides are called this.
A) square number B) sides C) dimension D) factors - 9. The multiplication of prime numbers only that results in the number you started with.
A) least common multiple B) prime numbers C) prime factorization D) answers - 10. Two whole numbers that are multiplied to get a product.
A) least common multiple B) greatest common factor C) multiple pair D) factor pair - 11. The least multiple that two or more numbers share
A) least common multiple B) prime number C) greatest common factor D) greatest common multiple - 12. The small raised number that tells how many times the number is used or multiplied.
A) factor B) exponent C) multiple D) square number |

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