2. That is the biggest number that divides evenly into both 8 and 10.
Yes, 8 is a factor of 80 because if you times 8 with anither number, in this case, 10, you'd get 80, which is a perfect fit.
It can be. 8 is a factor of 24.
no, factors of 10 are 1, 2, 5, and 10. any number that goes in to 10 evenly.
If the only numbers to pick from are 1 through 8, how can you get a factor greater than 10?
The whole number factor of 8 is 1, 2, 4, and 8.
8 is a factor of 40
No. But 1 is a factor of 8 Note: A larger number cannot be a factor of a smaller number.
No. If 10 is a factor of a number, that number will end in 0. 5 is a factor though
Because 4 is a factor of 8. Any number that has 8 as a factor will also have 8's factors as factors.
the number 10 is a factor of any number that ends with zero
Any number that has another number for a factor has that number's factors as factors as well. Since 5 is a factor of 10, all multiples of 10 have 5 as a factor.