# Factors and Multiples written lesson (with practice problems embedded)

Today we were working through the factors and multiples information page and I noticed one thing that I wanted to ask about.

I really appreciated the clarity of the organization and the way the images of the arrays was incorporated into the lesson. I also like the number of practice / check problems to help my student know if he was on the right track.

But I was quite bothered by the wording in this section,

### Finding factors without pictures

The next line states, "We can find the factors for 16 without drawing dots by thinking about numbers that will divide into 16 evenly."

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