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Q: What is the factor form or repeated multiplication for 16?

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2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 16

2&8 4&4 16&1

1 x 16 2 x 8 4 x 4

1,2,4,8,16

Because a pair of numbers is a pair of numbers.

1 x 32 2 x 16 4 x 8

The greatest common factor of 16 and 21 is 1. Therefore, 16/21 cannot be reduced and is already in its simplest form.

Why, yes, indeed, it has! Look at the factors: x2 - 8x + 16 = (x - 4)2 = (x - 4)(x - 4). If you multiply it out, you will see that it is so. Note that ' (x - 4) ' appears twice in the factorisation. That is what we mean, by a 'repeated factor'.

Factor strings are multiplication sentences. 2 x 8 = 16 3 x 4 x 5 = 60 are examples of factor strings.

Since the numerator of the fraction is prime, and not a factor of the denominator, the proper fraction 5/16 is already expressed in its simplest form.

The greatest factor for 16 is 16.

It is a fraction of the form (12*k)/(16*k) where k is any non-zero integer or a common factor of 12 and 16.

To simplify, find the Greatest Common Factor between numerator and denominator, then divide both by the GCF to find the new numerator and denominator. Memorizing your multiplication tables helps make this easier.GCF of 27 and 48 is 3: 27/3 = 9. 48/3=16, so 9/16

16 / 4 is 4. Check this via multiplication! 4 x 4 gives back 16. If you know the multiplication table, you should know how to work out this problem.

You would use the following formula: 16 (Dia.ft.) X 16 (Dia.ft.) X 4 (average depth ft.) X 5.9(multiplication factor) = 6041.6 gallons of water

-8.444... = -76/9 = -8 4/9 -8.48484... = -280/33 = -8 16/33

The greatest common factor of 14,56, and 63 is 7.

No, 32 is a multiple of 16. 16 is a factor of 32.

No, 16 is a multiple of 4. 4 is a factor of 16.

No, 16 is not a factor of 680.

Memory called RDRAM that conforms to the RIMM form factor.

common factor is 2 so 3/8

16 and 72 both have a commn factor of 8 so (16/8)=2 and (72/8)=9 the correst answer is 2/9

Greatest common factor of 16 and 16 is 16.

Because 16 is a factor of 16, but it's not a factor of 42. So a number that's a factor of both 16 and 42 must be less than 16. (It can't be more than 16, because no factor of 16 can be bigger than 16.)