Math and Arithmetic

# How do you get rectangles from a list of factor pairs?

The factor pairs are the length and width of the rectangles.

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As I understand it, the number of factor pairs is equal to the number of rectangles.

As I understand it, the number of factor pairs is equal to the number of rectangles.

I think you are thinking of using the rectangles like you use Punnet squares. One side is multiplied times the other side and the product is put in the inside squares. This is handy when trying to factor expressions that are polynomials.

The factor pairs of 50 are: 1 x 50 2 x 25 5 x 10

The factor pairs of 18 are (1 x 18), (2 x 9), (3 x 6)

All numbers have factors. It is possible to list them as pairs. The factors of 12 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 12. The factor pairs of 12 are (12,1)(6,2)(4,3)

A way to show factor pairs in a list of all the factors of a number. A factor rainbow can be used to check whether a list of factors is correct.

Yes. Factor pairs are always repeated across pairs since factor pairs are certain kinds of pairs.

Yes. Parallelograms have two pairs of opposite sides that are parallel. Rectangles also have two pairs of opposite sides that are parallel, which makes them parallelograms.

The number of square tiles is always equal to factor pairs. As an example, imagine a rectangle that contains 8 squares - 2 rows of 4. 2 X 4 = 8. In other words, the dimensions of the rectangles are ALWAYS equal to a factor pair of the number of squares in the rectangle. A rectangle containing 24 squares could be made as 24x1, 12x2, 8x3, or 6x4.

Yes, because rectangles always have 2 pairs of parallel sides. Hope this helps! :)

rectangles have 2 sets of parellel sides but 2 different pairs of side lengths

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