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Q: What are the factor pairs of 16?

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(16,1)(8,2)(4,4)

Factor pairs are any two numbers being multiplied to give you a certain number. Factor Pairs of 16: 8x2, 4x4, and 16x1.

The factor pairs of 112 are 1*112, 2*56, 4*28, 7*16, and 8*14

There are 5 factor pairs of 256.256 = 1 x 256256 = 2 x 128256 = 4 x 64256 = 8 x 32256 = 16 x 16

There are 5 factor pairs of 80. The factor pairs of 80 are 1 x 80, 2 x 40, 4 x 20, 5 x 16, and 8 x 10.

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There are 3 factor pairs of 16.

(16,1)(8,2)(4,4)

Factor pairs of 16 are 1 and 16, 2 and 8, and 4 and 4.

The factor pairs of 16 are (16,1)(8,2)(4,4)

16 has three factor pairs: (16,1)(8,2)(4,4)

The factor pairs (not the GCF) of 16 are (16,1)(8,2)(4,4)

The factor pairs of 32 are (1, 32), (2, 16), and (4, 8)

There are three factor pairs for 16:factor pair = 16,1factor pair = 8,2factor pair = 4,4

(16,1)(8,2)(4,4)

(16,1)(8,2)(4,4)

16 can partner with an infinite number of factors. The factor pairs of 16 are (16,1)(8,2)(4,4)

There are really only three distinct factor pairs:(16, 1) (8, 2)(4, 4)I suppose if you count (1,16) and (2,8) as being different from (16, 1) and (8,2), you could end up with as many as five factor pairs.

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