# Math - Factors

What are improper factors?
How do we find improper factors for any given numbers?

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1. using the terms factor,divisor,multiple,product,and divisible by,write as many statements as you can about the number sentence 4x7=28.

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posted by jonathan
2. Theres no wrong or write factors its prime numbers or composite and composite is example 18 is composite becuase there 2 diffrent ways to multiply to 18 example:1x18,9x2 that's a composiye and a prime number is only 1 way to multiply example number 2 you can only do 2x1 and 1 is not a factor the littlest factor is 2

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3. You just write statements about the number sentence using those words, I guess

I'll give you a hint, there are 10

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4. ppp

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5. what

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6. ineed help people pls help me .
isuck at math .

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Using the terms factor , divisor , multiple , product , and divisible by , write as many statements as you can about the number sentence 4x7=28 .

WHAT IS THE ANSWER ! AHH IM GONNA FAIL MATH !

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7. i need help

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8. i need help what jonathan said

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9. dyv seivh hfy yrgo oeytsbz

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