Understanding the number system is essential to have an excellent concept of mathematics. So, we need to begin at a very early age in our education and have a crystal clear knowledge of the (maths class 6 chapter 3) numbers to understand its applications in various fields. Now let us take an example to understand how to arrange trees in a garden, considering that having the same number of trees in each row is equal to the number of rows in the garden.
Rahul had 36 trees and wanted to plant these 36 trees in the garden in a certain number of rows and columns. He desires to arrange them in rows so that each row has the same number of trees. He arranges them in the following ways and matches the total number of trees.
1- Trees in each row is 2, and the number of rows is 18, then, Total number of trees = 2 × 18 = 36
2- Trees in each row is 3, and the number of rows is 12, then, Total number of trees = 3 × 12 = 36
3- Trees in each row is 4, and the number of rows is 9, then, Total number of trees = 4 × 9 = 36
4- Trees in each row is 6, and the number of rows is 6, then, Total number of trees = 6 × 6 = 36
After making 4 different types of arrangements, we conclude that if we have 6 trees in each row and the number of rows is also six, then the product of the number of trees in each row and number of rows come out to be 36. We can see here that we are also arriving at a concept of a perfect square which means that if the exact number is multiplied by itself, then we obtain a square of that number. To get more such exciting examples, please Download the MSVgo app for free and learn with enjoyment by joining the intelligent community of educators and learners.
A similar example can be taken where we need to find all the factors of the number 20. For this, we need to learn the tables till 20 to solve such types of questions quickly.
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