 # Exam-Style Questions.

## Problems adapted from questions set for previous Mathematics exams.

### 1.

GCSE Higher

Find the highest common factor (HCF) of 60 and 96.

### 2.

GCSE Higher

Without using a calculator:

(a) Express 68 as the product of its prime factors.

(c) Multiply 13.06 by 2.1

### 3.

GCSE Foundation

Write 250 as a product of powers of its prime factors.

### 4.

GCSE Higher

Show that 206 can be written as the sum of a power of five and a square number.

### 5.

GCSE Higher

The number, $$N$$, can be written as the product of prime factors in index form as:

$$N = 3 × 5^3 × x^4$$

Work out $$5N^2$$ as a product of prime factors in index form giving your answer in terms of $$x$$.

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