Week 1 – math 10

This week we were learning about prime numbers and composite numbers. I never learned what composite numbers were before so I learned the definition. Which is:

Composite numbers: a number that can be divisible by more numbers than 1 and it’s self

Some examples might be: 6 (6-1, 2-3), 24 (2-12, 6-4, 8-3), 30 (3-10, 5-6), 55 (5-11), etc.…

This is useful to know because, we are reviewing on how to finding the factors and multiples of numbers, and were also learning how to find the square root of a perfect squares.

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