# Solve problems using knowledge of factors and multiples, eg 'There are 48 people at a party. In how many ways can you set up the tables and chairs, so that each table seats the same number of people and there are no empty chairs?'

 1 Number Detectives: a+b=14, axb=49 2 Number Detectives: a-b=0, axb=9 3 Number Detectives: a+b=9, axb=14 4 Number Detectives: a+b=21 Highest value for axb? 5 Number Detectives: a+b=18, ab=81 6 Number Detectives: a+b=16, ab=63 7 Number Detectives: a+b=30, ab=144 8 Number Detectives: a+b=20, ab=64 9 Number Detectives: a+b=30, ab=125 10 Number Detectives: a+b=27, ab=50 11 Number Detectives: a+b=17, Highest value of ab? 12 Number Detectives: Prime#a+prime#b = 45 13 Number Detectives: a+b=14, ab=45 14 Number Detectives: a+b=53 ab=150 15 Number Detectives: a+b=13, ab=40 16 Number Detectives: a+b=12 ab=36 17 Number Detectives: a+b=25 HIghest value of product? 18 Number Detectives: a+b=13 Highest value of product? 19 Number Detectives: a+b=19 Highest value of product? 20 Number Detectives: Sum of 4 consecutive odd nos = 32 21 Number Detectives: Sum of 4 consecutive even nos = 100 22 Number Detectives: ab = 150 b-a = 5 23 Number detectives 24 Number detectives 25 Number detectives 26 Number detectives 27 Number detectives 28 Number detectives: Language of division (Divisor, dividend, quotient) 29 Fishy Business 1 - calculate time of concurrent events