Prime Time Vocab Test
 1. A number with exactly two factors, 1 and itself is called a:A) multipleB) compositeC) productD) prime number2. In the example 3, 6, 9, 12... the numbers are called:A) factor pairsB) prime numbersC) productsD) multiples3. In the example 2 X 3 = 6. The number 6 is the:A) productB) multipleC) primeD) factor4. In the example 2 X 3 = 6, the numbers 2 and 3 are:A) productsB) primesC) evensD) factors5. A number that has more than two factors is called a:A) prime numberB) odd numberC) composite numberD) even number6. When multiplying, this is the result of a number times itself.A) square numberB) prime factorizationC) odd numberD) composite number7. The greatest factor that two or more numbers share.A) factor pairB) greatest common factorC) factor numberD) least common multiple8. In a rectangle the lengths of its sides are called this.A) square numberB) sidesC) dimensionD) factors9. The multiplication of prime numbers only that results in the number you started with.A) least common multipleB) prime numbersC) prime factorizationD) answers10. Two whole numbers that are multiplied to get a product.A) least common multipleB) greatest common factorC) multiple pairD) factor pair11. The least multiple that two or more numbers shareA) least common multipleB) prime numberC) greatest common factorD) greatest common multiple12. The small raised number that tells how many times the number is used or multiplied.A) factorB) exponentC) multipleD) square number
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