What Are Factor Rainbows?


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Anonymous answered
Factoring rainbows are used in elementary math to teach children how to factor numbers.
For example: To factor 24, you would place 1 on the far left and 24 towards the far right. You draw a curve from the 1 to the 24. Next, you place all the other numbers in between that when multiplied together equal 24. You draw a curved line from each number to the other number that when multiplied equals 24. Thus a Factor Rainbow.
1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8,12, 24
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Shumaila Sadia answered
Rainbow is formed when sun rays pass through the rain drops remained in the ear and the major factor of the rainbow is appearance of sun and clouds' thinning.
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ashley estevez commented
She or he doesn't mean how is rainbows formed they mean factor rainbows.factor rainbows are stuff in math for example let me show a product number 24 so let me do it first 1,2,3,4,6,8,12,and 24 and you skip the number 5 because 5 is not in to the 1s
Anonymous commented
A factor rainbow is where you have numbers and you have your number like 10 you would say 1 times 10 = 10 2 times 5= 10 you would get all of the factors for 10 and make curved lines to the numbers that make ten

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