# Chapter 6 Review

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- Q1Find the factor pairs for 55.1 and 55, 5 and 1130s
- Q2Is 84 a multiple of 6?Yes30s
- Q3Tell whether 22 is prime or composite.composite30s
- Q4Write the first six numbers in the pattern. Rule: Divide by 3. First number: 1,4581,458, 486, 162, 54, 18, 630s
- Q5Extend the pattern of shapes by repeating the rule "hexagon, square, triangle, triangle." What is the 109th shape in the pattern?a hexagon30s
- Q6Your art teacher wants to organize 40 paintings into a rectangular array on a wall. How many different arrays can she make?8 arrays30s
- Q7Find the factor paiars for 60.1x60, 2x30, 3x10, 4x15, 5x12, 6x1030s
- Q8You plant a row of different bulbs in a garden. You use the rule, "onion, onion, garlic, flower." You plant 14 onion bulbs. How many garlic and flower bulbs do you plant altogether? How many bulbs do you use in all?14 garlic and flower bulbs, 28 bulbs in all.30s
- Q9Find the factor pairs for 36.1x36, 2x18, 3x12, 4x9, 6x630s
- Q10What are the first 5 multiples of 4?4, 8, 12, 16, 2030s
- Q11What is the missing number in the pattern? 70 ,61, 52, ____, 34, 254330s
- Q12Tell whether 21 is prime or composite.Composite 3x730s