For each number of pennies below, arrange them first into a complete rectangular array and then into a different rectangular array that has a remainder of one (so there is one extra penny). Write an expression for each arrangement. Homework Help ✎
Try dividing 10 by one or two to get your rectangle.
To have a remainder of one, you want your rectangular array to be one less than 10. That means you need to use the factors of 9 to get a rectangle for it.
This one is very similar to the previous problem. If you are struggling with factors, look at the Math Notes box below.
This problem is very similar to the previous two.