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In this common factors and greatest common factors worksheet, students, with a partner, problem solve the factors to twenty word problems and mathematical equations.
Students find the greatest common factor of two numbers. In this algebra lesson, students use prime factorization to find their factor to simplify equations. they create a factor tree to find the factors of composite numbers.
In this factors and greatest common factor worksheet, 9th graders solve and complete 14 different problems. First, they state whether each number is prime or composite. Then, students find the prime factorization. In addition, they factor each expression completely and find the GCF of the given monomials.
In this greatest common factor worksheet, students list the factors for each number and find the greatest common factor of the numbers. Students then write the prime factorization using exponents of each number and find the greatest common factor for the numbers. Students finish with two test prep questions.
In this factorization activity, 6th graders solve 6 word problems by finding the greatest common factor for sets of numbers. They apply the information to determine the answers.
In this greatest common factors quiz worksheet, students solve 20 problems that require them to identify the greatest common factors for lists of numbers. Students also use their problem solving skills to solve 4 word problems.
In this GCF worksheet, students fill in missing numbers in factor trees and write the prime factorization to find the greatest common factor. Worksheet includes links to answers and additional worksheets.
Discover how to determine the greatest common factor. Pupils practice problems provided by the teacher. Next, they divide into groups and participate in an activity on how to solve problems using the greatest common factor to a better degree.
For this math worksheet, learners find the greatest common factor for 5 sets of problems. The 5th set uses a graphic representation to help with comprehending the concept.
In this problem solving learning exercise, students list the factors of 4 sets of numbers and then find their greatest common factor. Students write the prime factorization of 4 sets of numbers and then solve 1 math word problem.
In this greatest common factor practice worksheet, learners use problem solving skills to find the greatest common factor for 5 pairs of single and double digit numbers.
In this greatest common factor worksheet, students list the greatest common factor for 2 numbers that could be one or two digit numbers. Students complete 20 greatest common factor problems.
For this greatest common factors worksheet, students examine 20 pairs of 2-digit numbers, list their common factors, and identify the greatest common factors.
In this greatest common factor worksheet, learners complete 20 problems. They list the factors of each number in 20 pairs. They examine the factors to find the greatest common factor.
In this greatest common factor worksheet, learners find the GCF of given terms. This one-page worksheet contains 16 problems, with answers.
In this problem solving worksheet, students problem solve 5 mathematical word problems involving finding the greatest common factor in each math problem.
In this greatest common factor learning exercise, 6th graders use a pictograph to solve four story problems. They show their work and provide the answer.
In this greatest common factor practice worksheet, students examine 20 pairs of one and two-digit numbers. Students list the factors of the numbers and identify the greatest common factors.
In this greatest common factor practice worksheet, students examine 20 pairs of one and two-digit numbers. Students list the factors of the numbers and identify the greatest common factors.
In this greatest common factor practice worksheet, students examine 20 pairs of one and two-digit numbers. Students list the factors of the numbers and identify the greatest common factors.