14 is a composite number. 14 = 1 x 14 or 2 x 7. Factors of 14: 1, 2, 7, 14. Prime factorization: 14 = 2 x 7.

When 14 is a clue in the FIND THE FACTORS 1 – 10 or 1 – 12 puzzles, use 2 and 7 as the factors.

O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree,

How lovely are your branches…

Do Christmas factor trees have lovely branches? It depends on how they are constructed. For example here are 2 of the many possible factor trees for 1680. I think one of them is more lovely than the other.

This blog is actually about a logic puzzle that is based on the multiplication table. Today we have puzzles that look like Christmas trees, garland, lights, or blocks and a bright star for the very top.

Directions to solve the puzzles: In both the top row and the first column place the numbers 1 – 10 so that they are factors of the given clues. It may be more challenging than you think, especially for the higher level puzzles. If you click 10 Factors 2013-12-09, you can print the puzzles in color or black and white from an excel spreadsheet or you can type the answers directly on the spreadsheet. You must have a spreadsheet program on your device to access the file.

**Contents**hide

###### Related articles

- http://findthefactors.com/2013/12/12/factor-trees
- Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree (seagatestudio.wordpress.com)
- http://german.about.com/library/blotannenb.htm
- Orthodox Christmas Trees (theorthodoxlife.wordpress.com)
- Easy Christmas Tree Origami (4writersandreaders.com)
- Christmas Tree (yolandamartins.wordpress.com)
- Day 7: Decorate the Christmas Tree (catch-88.com)
- Scrappy Christmas Tree Cards (thethingsivemade.wordpress.com)
- Christmas Craft – Decorate Your Own Christmas Tree (mumsibles.wordpress.com)
- O Christmas Tree (lillian888.wordpress.com)
- The Day the Christmas Tree Adventure Began (surroundedbyimbeciles.wordpress.com)

Pingback: Factor Trees | Find the Factors

Pingback: Holiday Math and More: Math Teachers at Play #114 – Denise Gaskins' Let's Play Math