The last of three complete lessons on prime factors. Intended as a challenging task to come after pupils are familiar with the process of expressing a number as a product of prime factors (see my other resources for a lesson on this). Examples, activities and answers on the theme of using a number’s prime factor decomposition to list all of its factors by considering combinations. Please review it if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!

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