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Last updated 27 November 2012 10:06 by NZTecAdmin

In this activity the learners are arranged in lines of six and numbered one to six. See the photo. The woman in the multi-toned top is number one, the woman in the purple top is number 2 and so on.

The first four people are standing because the number that the tutor called out is 12 and all their numbers divide into 12 leaving no remainder. They are factors of 12.

NB. Number six in the front row is getting ready to stand. The number six in the back row is already up. “Number five” is not standing. Why?

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