Multiples and factors

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Why learn about multiples and factors?

A multiple is a number multiplied. So 20, 30, 40 are multiples of 10. And 2 and 5 are factors of 10.

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Multiples and factors includes:

  • Definitions of the terms multiples and factor
  • Links to multiplication tables
  • Looking at patterns in multiples
  • Activities to practise finding multiples and factors 

 

What do the levels mean?

Skillswise uses the levels of the National Qualifications Framework, which start at Entry 1, 2 and 3 and then go on to Level 1 and Level 2.

  • Entry 3 covers the basic concepts and is a good preparation for starting a Level 1 course.
  • Level 1 is roughly equivalent to a GCSE D-G grade in England, Northern Ireland and Wales, and a Foundation level at Standard Grade in Scotland. A useful qualification for many jobs.



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