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# Five-Minute Check (over Chapter 3)

## Main Idea and Vocabulary

Example 1:Identify Numbers as Prime or Composite
Example 2:Identify Numbers as Prime or Composite
Example 3:Find the Prime Factorization
Example 4:Factor an Algebraic Expression
• Find the prime factorization of a composite
number.

• prime number
• composite number
• prime factorization
• factor tree
Identify Numbers as Prime or Composite

composite.

## Answer: The number 63 has six factors: 1, 3, 7, 9, 21,

and 63. So, it is composite.

## BrainPOP: Prime Factorization

Determine whether the number 41 is prime or
composite.

A. prime

B. composite

1. A
2. B

0% 0%

B
Identify Numbers as Prime or Composite

composite.

## Answer: The number 29 has only two factors, 1 and 29,

so it is prime.
Determine whether the number 24 is prime or
composite.

A. prime

B. composite

1. A
2. B

0% 0%

B
Find the Prime Factorization

## Method 1 Use a factor tree.

100

50 × 2

25 × 2×2

5 × 5×2×2
Find the Prime Factorization

Start here.

## Answer: The prime factorization of 100 is 2 × 2 × 5 × 5

or 22 × 52.
Find the prime factorization of 72.

1. A
2. B
3. C
0% 0% 4. 0% D 0%

D
Factor an Algebraic Expression

## ALGEBRA Factor 21m2n.

21m2n

21 × m2 n

3 × 7× m2 × n

3 × 7×m×m×n
Answer: 21m2n = 3 ● 7 ● m ● m ● n
ALGEBRA Factor 15xy3.

1. A
2. B
3. C
0% 0% 4. 0% D 0%

D
End of the Lesson

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Five-Minute Check (over Chapter 3)

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Percents

Prime Factorization
(over Chapter 3)

## Write the sentence as an algebraic equation.

Seven years more than Tom’s age is 35.

A. t – 35 = 7

B. t – 7 = 35

1. A
C. t + 7 = 35 2. B
3. C
0% 0% 4. 0% D 0%

D. t + 35 = 7
A

D
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Solve n – 7 = –10.

A. –17

B. –3

C. 3 1. A
2. B
3. C
0% 0% 4. 0% D 0%
D. 17

D
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Solve 6s = 42.

A. 7

B. 8

C. 1. A
2. B
3. C
0% 0% 4. 0% D 0%
D.

D
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Solve r + 4 = –3.

A. r = 7

B. r = 1

C. r = –1 1. A
2. B
3. C
0% 0% 4. 0% D 0%
D. r = –7
A

D
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function table.

A. B.

C. D.
1. A
2. B
3. C
0% 0% 4. 0% D 0%

D
B

C
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## Which algebraic expression matches the phrase?

15 less than the product of n and 4

A. 4n – 15

B. 15 – 4n

1. A
C. 15 – 4 + n 2. B
3. C
0% 0% 4. 0% D 0%

D. 4 + n – 15
A