# PRIME, COMPOSITE, MULTIPLES, FACTORSTASK CARDS Common Core and TEKS 5.4b

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A great set of cards to use as a review, put in a math center, or use as a guided practice teaching device. You choose. These cards review the following concepts: factors, common factors, divisibility, prime numbers, composite numbers, even and odd numbers, Many of the cards use common standardized test vocabulary. An answer key and answer sheet are included. MEETS COMMON CORE AND TEXAS MATH STANDARDS.

Example 1: Miranda listed the common factors for 24 and 36. She listed these numbers: 1,2,3,4,6,8,and 12. Which listed number is NOT a common factor for 24 and 36?

Example 2: Samantha is trying to remember her best friend’s house number. She knows it is a prime number between 10 and 50. She also remembers the sum of its digits is 11 and the difference between the digits is 3. What is the number?

Example 3:Emma wanted to bike to the nearest town. She discovered the mileage was a number between 50 and 60 with exactly 4 factors. One of the factors was 17. What was the number?

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