Q: Which number is not a factor of 48?

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Use a factor tree. 48 24,2 12,2,2 6,2,2,2 3,2,2,2,2

48 = 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 × 3

The answer is :::: 2 ::::::::

It is: 3

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A factor = a number which can be divided into the given number with no remainder so yes 48/24 = 2

Yes.

A factor = a number which can be divided into the given number with no remainder so yes, 12 is a factor of 48 (as is 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24 and 48)

24 is a factor of 48. But, 24 is not a prime factor because it is a composite number.

The greatest number in that set is 48. The greatest factor of any positive number is the number itself. The greatest common factor of that set is 12.

No, a factor cannot be larger than the number it is compared to.

48 has ten factors.

48 has ten factors.

2 and 3

12, 24, and 48 are all multiples of 12 and factors of 48.

No, 7 is not a factor of 48 (no number multiplied by 7 can equal 48, unless you use fractions or decimals, which is not common when finding the GCF). The GCF for 14 and 48 is 2 because there is no other whole number factor, other than 1, that is common between them.

3 because if you go through the three times table 16 is not in it but if you times 3x16=48 :]