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Number

CHAPTER

A factor of a number, x, is a number which divides into x an exact number of times.

So 3 is a factor of 12 because 3 4 12

3 and 4 are called a factor pair of 12

3 is not a factor of 10 because 10 leaves a remainder when divided by 3

A multiple of a number, y, is a number which divides exactly by y.

The first three multiples of 5 are 5, 10 and 15

21 is not a multiple of 5 because 21 leaves a remainder when divided by 5

Example 1

Find all the factors of 20 Write them in factor pairs.

Solution 1

1, 20

2, 10

4, 5

of the two numbers is 20

So, 2, 3, 5 and 23 are prime numbers but 1, 4 and 15 are not.

1 is not a prime number because it only has one factor, 1

Example 2

2 is the only even prime number. Explain why.

Solution 2

2 is a prime number because it has exactly two factors, 1 and 2

All other even numbers have at least 3 factors, 1, 2 and the number itself.

A common factor of two numbers, x and y, is a number which is both a factor of x and is also a

factor of y.

So 4 is a common factor of 12 and 20

3 is not a common factor of 12 and 20 because 3 is not a factor of 20

Example 3

Find all the common factors of 12 and 20

Solution 3

1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12

1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 20

Number

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Exercise 1A

1 Which of the following numbers are factors of 18?

a 12

b 6

c 9

d 3

e 36

a 1

b 20

c 15

d 3

e 6

d 24

i 60

e 28

j 100

a 8

b 10

c 16

f 32

g 36

h 40

5 List all the common factors of

a 6 and 8

b 6 and 9

e 12 and 15

f 10 and 20

6 a

b

c

d

e

c 6 and 10

g 15 and 20

d 8 and 12

h 18 and 24

Write down the first three multiples of 10

Write down the first four multiples of 8

Write down the first four multiples of 7

Write down the first three multiples of 23

a 12 is a multiple of 2

b 14 is a factor of 7

c 24 is a multiple of 3

d 72 is a multiple of 9

e 12 is both a multiple of 6 and a factor of 36

f 9 is a factor of 27

g 6 is a multiple of 1

h 4 is a multiple of 12

9 Find the first multiple of 29 which is greater than 2000

10 Find two prime numbers between 110 and 120

11 Bertrands theorem states that Between any two numbers n and 2n, there always lies at least

one prime number, providing n is bigger than 1.

ii for n 34

Show that Bertrands theorem is true i for n 10

12 Find a number which has exactly

a 4 factors

b 3 factors

c 7 factors

d 10 factors

A directed number is a number with a or a sign. 4 and 3 are examples of directed numbers.

Often a directed number is written in brackets, for example (4) and (3).

Multiplication

(3) is the same as 3 (2) is the same as 2

so (3) (2) is the same as 3 2 6

3 2 also means 2 2 2

3 (2) means (2) (2) (2)

so 3 (2) or (3) (2) (6)

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(2) (2) (4)

(1) (2) (2)

0 (2) 0

(1) (2) (2)

(2) (2) (4)

(3) (2) (6)

The blue numbers are decreasing by 1

The orange numbers are increasing by 2

The pattern continues like this.

The rules are

() () ()

() () ()

() () ()

() () ()

positive

positive

negative

negative

positive

negative

positive

negative

positive

negative

negative

positive

Division

326

632

The rules are

() () ()

() () ()

() () ()

() () ()

623

and

so

positive

positive

negative

negative

positive

negative

positive

negative

and

positive

negative

negative

positive

When multiplying or dividing two directed numbers you can remember the rules by the following

if the signs are the same, the answer is positive

if the signs are different, the answer is negative.

Example 4

a Work out (5) (3)

Solution 4

(15) is also written as 15

negative and 5 3 15

(8) is also written as 8

positive and 16 2 8

Exercise 1B

1 Work out

a (2) (4)

d (3) (5)

g (3) (8)

2 Work out

a (6) (3)

e (8) (4)

b (3) (5)

e (2) (5)

h (1) (9)

b (8) (4)

f (12) (12)

c (4) (6)

f (4) (5)

i (4) (4)

c (10) (5)

g (14) (2)

a (10) ( ) (2)

b (8) ( ) (2)

d (5) ( ) (20)

e (5) ( ) (25)

g ( ) (3) (4)

h ( ) (4) (5)

d (12) (3)

h (12) (4)

c (3) ( ) (12)

f ( ) (4) (20)

i (16) ( ) (2)

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a (6) and (3)

b (5) and ( 4)

e (3) and (4)

f (4) and (9)

g (5) and (4)

h (3) and (2)

The square of a number, x, is the number which is the product x x.

The square of the number x is written x2.

So the square of 10 is written as 102 10 10

The square of 10 is 100

The cube of a number, y, is the number which is the product y y y.

The cube of the number y is written y3.

So the cube of 4 is written 43 4 4 4

The cube of 4 is 64

The square root of a number n is the number which when squared gives n.

.

The square root of the number n is written n

, is 4 since 42 16

So the square root of 16, written 16

Since (4)2 16, the negative square root of 16 is 4

It is not possible to find the square root of a negative number.

The cube root of a number m is the number which when cubed gives m.

3

m.

The cube root of a number m is written

3

1000 is 10 since 103 1000

So the cube root of 1000, written ,

It is possible to find the cube root of a negative number.

Example 5

3

Work out 23

27

Solution 5

23 8

2228

27

3

8 (3) 5

23 27

5

Exercise 1C

1 Work out

a 32

b 52

c 112

d 132

2 Work out

a (2)2

b (4)2

c (10)2

d (12)2

3 Work out

a 33

b 13

c 53

d (10)3

4 Work out

32

a 4

3

e 1000

100

h 42 (3)3

4

b 52 100

3

3

f 4 2

3

i 125

81

e 152

f 1002

e (4)3

c 23 32

g (1)3 23 (3)3

62

j 2

2

d 8

42

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12 13

(1 2)2 13 23

(1 2 3)2 13 23 33

Show that the next line of the number pattern is also true.

As well as squares and cubes it is possible to represent a number multiplied by itself any number of

times. For example,

24 (2 raised to the power 4) means 2 2 2 2

36 (3 raised to the power 6) means 3 3 3 3 3 3

Another name for power is index.

Example 6

Work out a 34

b 26

Solution 6

a 34 3 3 3 3 81

b 26 2 2 2 2 2 2 64

To work out one number raised to a power multiplied by the same number raised to a second power

you add the powers.

For example 23 24 27 because 23 2 2 2 and 24 2 2 2 2

and

(2 2 2) (2 2 2 2) 234 27

To divide one number raised to a power by the same number raised to a second power you subtract

the powers.

333333

333333

For example, 36 34 cancelling all the 3s

3333

3333

on the bottom with four of the 3s on the top.

So 36 34 364 32

Example 7

a

b

c

d

Work out 58 55. Give your answer as a power of 5

Work out (32)4. Give your answer as a power of 3

Work out 4 47. Give your answer as a power of 4

Solution 7

a 24 25 245 29

c (32)4 32 32 32 32 32222 38

b 58 55 585 53

d 4 47 417 48

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Example 8

74 76

Work out

78

Solution 8

74 76 710

72 49

78

78

than leaving the answer as a power of 7

Exercise 1D

1 Write as a power of 2

b 23 24

a 24 25

c 22 26

d 24 23

e 24 26

2 Write as a power of 3

b 35 32

a 34 32

c 34 3

d 36 32

e 310 34

b 57 52

a 44 42

c 34 32

d 64 63

e 104 102

a 3n 32 33

b 85 8n 82

c 25 2n 210

d 3n 35 39

e 26 23 2n

5 Work out

a 34 32

c 25 22

d 104 102

e 65 65

6 Write as a power of 3

33 35

b (33)2

a

34

3 37

c

34

39

d

34 33

32 310

e

32 35

23 24

34 33

b

a

25

34

53 55

c

56

108 103

d

107

45 4

e

42

8 Work out

55

a

52 52

47

c

42 43

23 24

d

24 22

3 37

e

34 32

d 48 3 2n

e 54 2 3n

b 45 43

34

b

32 32

b 32 2n

c 50 5n 2

a 40 5 2n

Some expressions include powers and other operations.

BIDMAS gives the order in which operations should be carried out.

Remember that BIDMAS stands for

Brackets

Indices

Division

Multiplication

Addition

Subtraction

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If there are brackets, work out the value of the expression in the brackets first.

Square roots are carried out at the same stage as indices.

If there are no brackets, do multiplication and division before addition and subtraction no matter

where they come in an expression.

If an expression has only addition and subtraction then work it out from left to right.

Example 9

Work out

a 2 62

b 102 103

c 16 24

Solution 9

a 62 6 6 36

2 62 72

c 16 24 16 16 1

Example 10

Work out

a (2 4)2

b (12 2 5)3

c 9

4

Solution 10

a 2 4 8, then 82 64

c 3 4 12

Exercise 1E

1 Work out

a 2 52

e 4 32

b 2 42

f 6 22

c 3 22

g 8 12

d 5 102

h 5 22

2 Work out

a (2 5)2

e (4 4)2

b (7 3)2

f (8 5)2

c (5 5)2

g (20 10)2

d (12 5)2

h (18 9)2

3 Work out

a 20 32

e 36 42

b 17 42

f 25 52

c 17 42

g 14 42

d 27 42

h 22 52

4 Work out

a 24 22

f (10 2)2

b 44 22

g (12 2)2

c 50 52

h (15 5)2

d 100 52

i (21 3)2

e 36 32

5 Work out

a 42 32

f 62 12

b 42 32

g 62 42

c 52 42

h 72 32

d 62 32

i 62 82

e 102 32

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Number

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6 Work out

a 2 9

5

e 9

b 4 4

f 25

6

c 5 100

g 36

5

d 4

2

h 100

7

Arithmetical expressions can be worked out using a scientific calculator.

To work out 6.42 key in 6

x2

For working out cubes, some scientific calculators have a cube key x3 .

To work out 1.13 key in 1

x3

All scientific calculators have a power or index key. This comes in two forms.

The first form is a yx key.

To work out 1.13 key in 1

yx

To work out 1.13 key in 1

Not all calculators are the same so make sure you know how to calculate powers on your own calculator.

Example 11

Use a calculator to work out

b 2.33 3.14

a 4.52

Solution 11

a 4.52 20.25

b 2.3 12.167

Key in

x2

Key in

yx

or key in 2

or key in 3

Key in

3.14 92.3521

yx

2

yx

yx

which does not involve writing down the separate results for 2.33 and 3.14.

Sometimes an answer has to be given correct to one decimal place. The answer to b correct to one

decimal place is 104.5

The usual method of finding a square root is to use the square root key on the calculator.

All scientific calculators have a square root key .

8

CHAPTER 1

Example 12

2.43 4

3.56

Work out

2

3.5 2.52

Solution 12

The numerator is 20.424

Key in

yx

The denominator is 6

Key in

x2

x2

The expression can be worked out more efficiently using the key sequence

(

yx

x2

x2

1

The reciprocal of a number n is the number or 1 n.

n

The reciprocal of 2 is 12 or 0.5

The reciprocal of 1.25 is 0.8

When a number is multiplied by its reciprocal the answer is always 1

All numbers, except 0, have a reciprocal.

The reciprocal button on a calculator is usually shown as

11

xx

1

or x1

.

Dividing an expression by a number is the same as multiplying the expression by the reciprocal of

that number.

Exercise 1F

1 Work out

a 8.42

b 9.22

c (3.6)2

d 242

e 15.42

2 Work out

a 134 212

b 231 312

c 37 232

d 502 352

3 Work out

a 232 312

b 252 232

c 192 222

d 352 452

4 Work out

a 200 142

b 20 1.42

c 356 172

d 366 162

5 Work out

a 576

b 1024

c 625

d 1296

b 300

c 80

d 128

a 200

e 125

b 3.74

c 0.953

d (1.7)6

a 2.43

e 1.0510

b 2.33 5.62

c 3.43 12

d 6.42 2.53

a 3.33 2.5

9 Work out, giving your answers correct to one decimal place

b (12.5 9.8)3

c 3.4 (2.7)2 d 20 1.62

a 6.37 2.42

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Number

CHAPTER 1

6.32 3.32

3.53 8.5

80.6

b

c

a

3

7.5

2.5 10

2.6

17.4 2.42

e

4.5

5.52 1.52

f 2

2.2 5

6.42 20

i

20

30

3.63 4 20

j

3

3.6 4 20

4.53 18

g

3.42 10

a 4

b 8

c 40

d 0.625

8.7 30

d

6.5

3.93

h 14.6

2.6

e 3.2

A prime factor of the number n, is a prime number which is a factor of n.

The factors of 30 are 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 10, 15 and 30

The prime numbers in this list are 2, 3 and 5

So the prime factors of 30 are 2, 3 and 5

Prime numbers can be thought of as the basis of all whole numbers because all whole numbers are

either prime or can be written as a product of prime numbers.

For example, 15 is not prime, but can be written as the product 3 5

12 is not prime, but can be written as the product 2 2 3

For small numbers it is easy to see what prime numbers to use.

For larger numbers use the following method.

Example 13

Write 72 as

a the product of its prime factors

Solution 13

a The prime factors of 72 are 2 and 3

2 72

Divide 72 by 2

2 36

Divide 36 by 2

2 18

Divide 18 by 2

Divide 9 by 3

3

Divide 3 by 3

1

72 2 2 2 3 3

b 72 23 32

The highest common factor (HCF) of two numbers is the largest number which is a factor of both

of the numbers.

For example, the highest common factor (HCF) of 8 and 12 is 4 because it is the largest number that

is a factor of both 8 and 12

For larger numbers, it is useful to list the factors of each number and then pick out the largest

number that appears in all the lists.

10

CHAPTER 1

Example 14

Find the highest common factor (HCF) of 24 and 36

Solution 14

The factors of 24 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 24

The factors of 36 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, 36

The numbers which appear in both lists, that is the common factors, are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 12

So 12 is the highest common factor of 24 and 36

The lowest common multiple (LCM) of two numbers is the smallest number which is a multiple of

both numbers.

For example, the lowest common multiple of 8 and 12 is 24 because it is the smallest number which

is a multiple of both 8 and 12

For larger numbers, it is useful to list the multiples of each number and then pick out the smallest

number that appears in both lists.

Example 15

Find the lowest common multiple (LCM) of 15 and 20

Solution 15

The first few multiples of 15 are

The first few multiples of 20 are

20, 40, 60, 80, 100,

So the lowest common multiple of 15 and 20 is 60

The HCF can be worked out for large numbers if each of the numbers is written as a product of its

prime factors.

For example, for the numbers 120 and 144 the products are

120 2 2 2 3 5

144 2 2 2 2 3 3

In terms of products of powers of their prime factors,

120 23 3 5

144 24 32

Their highest common factor 24 ( 23 3) is the product of the lowest power of each of their

common prime factors.

Example 16

Find the highest common factor (HCF) of 750 and 225

Solution 16

750 2 3 53

225 32 52

Write 750 and 225 as the product of powers of their prime factors.

HCF 3 52 75

The lowest power of 3 is 1 (as 3 31) and the lowest power of 5 is 2

11

Number

CHAPTER 1

To find the LCM of 36 and 120, list the multiples of 36 and 120 until the same multiple appears in

both lists.

The multiples of 36 are 36, 72, 108, 144, 180, 216, 252, 288, 324, 360,

The multiples of 120 are 120, 240, 360,

The LCM of 36 and 120 is 360

As a product of its prime factors, 360 2 2 2 3 3 5

As a product of their prime factors the numbers 36 and 120 are

36 2 2 3 3

120 2 2 2 3 5

The LCM of 36 and 120 (360) is the product of the common prime factors and all other prime

factors, that is 2 2 3 3 2 5

In terms of products of powers of their prime factors,

36 22 32

120 23 3 5

Their lowest common multiple, 360 ( 23 32 5), is the product of the highest power of all their

prime factors.

Example 17

Find the lowest common multiple (LCM) of 750 and 225

Solution 17

750 2 3 53

225 32 52

LCM 2 32 53 2250

Write 750 and 225 as the product of powers of their prime factors.

The highest power of 2 is 1 (as 2 21)

The highest power of 3 is 2

The highest power of 5 is 3

Exercise 1G

1 Find the two prime numbers that are between 30 and 40

2 Find two prime numbers which have a sum of 7

3 Find two prime numbers which have a product of 14

4 Find two prime numbers which are factors of 20

5 Find two prime numbers which are factors of 24

6 Find two prime numbers which are factors of 33

7 Write the following numbers as a product of two prime factors.

a 10

b 15

c 21

d 22

e 33

f 39

8 Which of the following show a number written correctly as a product of prime factors?

a 12 2 2 3

b 18 2 9

c 20 2 2 5

d 16 2 2 2 2

e 56 2, 2, 2, 7

f 10 2 5 1

9 Write each of these numbers as a product of its prime factors.

a 30

b 42

c 48

d 36

g 54

h 80

i 76

j 88

12

e 60

k 68

f 63

l 66

CHAPTER 1

10 Find the highest common factor (HCF) of the following pairs of numbers.

a 12 and 14

b 6 and 9

c 6 and 8

d 8 and 10

e 6 and 10

11 Find the highest common factor (HCF) of the following pairs of numbers.

a 12 and 18

b 10 and 15

c 16 and 20

d 18 and 24

e 24 and 30

12 Find the lowest common multiple (LCM) of the following pairs of numbers.

a 6 and 8

b 6 and 9

c 6 and 10

d 9 and 12

e 10 and 15

13 Find the lowest common multiple (LCM) of the following pairs of numbers.

a 12 and 15

b 12 and 24

c 12 and 18

d 18 and 24

e 20 and 24

b Find the number of multiples of 5 that are less than 100

15 Frank has two flashing lamps. The first lamp flashes every 4 seconds.

The second lamp flashes every 6 seconds. Both lamps start flashing together.

a After how many seconds will they again flash together?

b How many times in a minute will they flash together?

16 As a product of its prime factors, 360 2 2 2 3 3 5

Write 720 as a product of its prime factors.

17 The number 48 can be written in the form 2n 3

18 The number 189 can be written in the form 3n p where n and p are prime numbers.

Find the value of n and the value of p.

19 The number 120 can be written in the form 2n m p where n, m and p are prime numbers.

Find the value of each of n, m and p.

20 x 2 32 5, y 23 3 7

a Find the highest common factor (HCF) of x and y.

b Find the lowest common multiple (LCM) of x and y.

21 2

3

5

7

21

22

24

a Which of the numbers in the list are factors of 288?

b Which of the numbers in the list are factors of 550?

22 Write each of these numbers as a product of its prime factors.

a 105

b 539

c 231

d 847

e 1001

23 Find the lowest common multiple of these pairs of numbers.

a 24 and 30

b 27 and 36

c 28 and 35

d 36 and 42

e 54 and 72

24 Find all the integer values of n less than or equal to 10 for which 2n 1 is a prime number.

25 a Any square number which is even is always a multiple of 4. Explain why.

b Investigate what the corresponding answer is for square numbers which are odd.

c Explain why the number 1050 3 cannot be a square number.

13

Number

CHAPTER 1

Chapter summary

You should now know that:

the power or index of a number shows how many of the number are multiplied together, for

example, in 25 the 5 is the power or index and five 2s are multiplied together, that is

22222

the square root of a number is that number which when squared gives the original number

the negative square root of a number is that negative number which when squared gives

the original number

1

the reciprocal of a whole number n is the fraction

n

the highest common factor (HCF) of two numbers is the largest number which is a factor

of both of the numbers

the lowest common multiple (LCM) of two numbers is the smallest number which is a

multiple of both numbers.

You should also be able to:

use the rule for adding powers when two of the same number raised to a power are multiplied

together

use the rule for subtracting powers when one number raised to a power is divided by the same

number raised to a power

1 Work out

a 402

2 Work out

a 23

14

c 100

b 70002

b 103

c 53

d 4900

d 13

e 303

3 Work out

a 42 25

b 23 23

c 33 23

d 53 103

4 Work out

a 3 25

b 4 36

c 10 9

d 8 49

5 Work out

a 42 8

b 43 82

c 103 102

d 33 3

6 Work out

2

a 5

CHAPTER 1

b 10

2

c (9

)2

b 26 24

c (23)2

a 23 24

d (5 1)2

e (2 3)2

d 2 28

e 26 2

3 34

a

32

35 34

c

32 33

32 33

b

34

9 Each of the following represents a number written as a product of powers of its prime factors.

Find the number.

b 2 33 5

c 23 3 7

a 23 32

10 a Express 108 as a product of powers of its prime factors.

b Find the highest common factor (HCF) of 108 and 24

b Find the lowest common multiple (LCM) of 120 and 150

12 Find the reciprocal of 3.5

Find the value of m and the value of n.

14 a Write as a power of 5

i 54 52

ii 59 56

b 2x 2y 210 and 2x 2y 24

Work out the value of x and the value of y.

15 Work out

a 1.32

b 13.69

d 14

c 253

16 a The length of the side of a square is 4.8 cm. Work out the area of the square.

b The area of a second square is 576 cm2. Work out the length of one side of the square.

17 a Use your calculator to work out

(6.2 3.9)2

1.25

Write down all the figures on your calculator display.

b Put brackets in the expression so that the statement is true.

14.5 2.6 4 .5 3.6 49.95

(Mock 2003)

18 Work out the value of each of the following. Give each answer correct to one decimal place.

14.7 21.2

a

2.5

18.7 21.8

b

2.5 3.7

Write down all the figures on your calculator display.

20

0 8.62

c

12.5

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x2 4x

20 y2

2t2 6t

x 6.4, t 4.6, y is a positive number.

a Work out the value of y. Write down all the figures on your calculator display.

b Round off your answer to an appropriate degree of accuracy.

21 p is a prime number not equal to 7

a Write down the highest common factor (HCF) of 49p and 7p2

b i Write down the highest common factor (HCF) of the two expressions

x2y

xy2

ii Write down the lowest common multiple (LCM) of the two expressions

x2y

xy2

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