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Q: How do you know if a number is the product of a factor multiplied by 5?

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Idont know factor

shouldn't you know that? it's factor and i'm only eleven yet i know it.

It ends in 0 or 5.

All you need to Know is that 1 Times a number is the number for example (1*5=5)

It is the number one.

That the product is what you multiplied by 1.

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Yes. If you know one factor of a number, divide it into the number. The answer will be another factor.

Factors come in pairs. If you know one factor, divide it into the number. The answer will be another factor.

Though its easy enough to know the answer of 4 x 2, the estimated product would be 10.

If it divides evenly into the original number with no remainder, it's a factor.

a whole factor is a number that is whole, which is also a factor, nd incase u didnt know a factor is the number u use to divide a number

when the two numbers cant be multiplied twice basically prime numbers

Divide the product by the factor[s] you know. The answer is the missing factor.

The product will be less than the other factor.

Divide the number by 11. If it comes out evenly with no remainder, 11 is a factor of the number.

As a product of its prime factors it is: 2*3*5*11 = 330

If the smaller number divides evenly into the larger number with no remainder, the smaller number is a factor of the larger number.

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They know this because 3 is a factor of 402, therefore 3 multiplied by a number(134 to be precise) will give the quotinent 402 so 402 is therefore in the 3 times table.

When it is a factor of that particular number.

Yes you can find an answer.

The number ends in zero.

A square number is multiplied by two of the same numbers.

Because 4 is a factor of 8. Any number that has 8 as a factor will also have 8's factors as factors.