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Use the clues to set each dial to the correct answer. Often individual dials can be set to two or more possible settings but each group of three has only one correct “setting”.

This particular worksheet is focused on factors and multiples of algebraic terms (with a few “clues” related to prime numbers and some related to square numbers).

The general idea behind these number dials is to provide a light revision activity but they may be useful in other situations. In particular I want students to begin to think about how to recognise whether an algebraic term is a square number and to contemplate what a multiple of an algebraic term can look like.

Answers are provided in the powerpoint file (this is not animated).

This worksheet follows on from the related (non-algebraic) worksheet:

https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12538605

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