Q: What are the 6 factor pairs of 16?

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2&8 4&4 16&1

2*8=16 8+8=16 32/2=16

16 = 1 x 16 16 = 2 x 8 16 = 4 x 4

1x6, 2x3

1 x 48 2 x 24 3 x 16 4 x 12 6 x 8

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... what are the factor family of 6

60, 72, 84, 90 and 96 have 6 factor pairs.

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

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

(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.

The least common multiple of two numbers is the product of the two numbers divided by their greatest common factor. Since their least common multiple is 96 and their greatest common factor is 16, the product of the two numbers is 96 x 16. Both numbers must be divisible by 16, since their greatest common factor is 16. So, one number is 16m and the other is 16n. 16m x 16n = 16 x 96 = 16 x 16 x 6. Thus, m is one factor of 6 and n is another factor of 6. The factor pairs of 6 are 1 x 6 and 2 x 3. Since both pairs - 1 & 6 and 2 & 3 - are relatively prime, both are possibilities. (If one of the pairs was not relatively prime, that pair would not be a possibility because then the greatest common factor would be different.) So, the two numbers that fit the conditions could be: 16 x 1 and 16 x 6, in other words 16 and 96, or 16 x 2 and 16 x 3, in other words 32 and 48.