# Do You Know Your Factors?

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Understand and practice identifying prime and composite numbers.

1. Prime and Composite Numbers (Harcourt)
• Get the “Recording Sheet” from your teacher in order to fill in the answers.
• Follow the directions on the sheet - and on the screen - to see which numbers are prime numbers and which are composite.
• Explore more numbers using this tool when finished.
2. Fruit Shoot Prime-Composite
• Choose the level 0-99 and “Relaxed Mode” to begin.
• If the target says prime, shoot the prime numbers, when the target says composite, shoot the composite numbers.
• Play “Timed Mode” for a challenge.
3. The Factor Game (NCTM)
• If you are playing by yourself, change the opponent to “Computer.”
• Click a number that has the least number of factors on the board and your opponent will choose all the factors. Your opponent will then choose a number and you will find all the factors.
• Each game you play, change the game type to higher numbers.

### Prime and Composite Numbers (Harcourt)

Learn to classify numbers as prime or composite by the number of factors they have

### Fruit Shoot: Primes and Composites (Sheppard Software)

Score points by identifying prime and composite numbers.

### The Factor Game (NCTM)

Can you strategize to beat an opponent by collecting the most factors?

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