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## Runde's Room

An educational blog
• Runde's Room: Still Having Fun with Factors (and a number freebie)

• Greatest Common Factor, Prime and Composite numbers etc. using a Venn Diagram. This is wonderful, students are already familiar with the concept of a Venn Diagram, so this makes the whole "process" versus "understanding" so much easier! So doing this!

• Runde's Room: Math Journal Sundays - Factors and Multiples

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