We found 51 resources with the concept common factors
Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 6th Grade Math – Target C
6th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewAre you looking for review questions before standardized testing? Grade 6 Claim 1 Item Slide Show offers nine questions covering a variety of topics using decimals, factors, and multiples. With separate slides for answers, using the...
Common Core Math: 6th Grade
6th CCSS: Adaptable
Need some help aligning your 6th grade math curriculum to Common Core? Here is a collection complete with a resource for every standard in the curriculum. While many of these resources cover multiple math standards, the main one addressed by the resource is listed in the notes section of each icon.
Least Common Multiple and Greatest Common Factor
6th CCSS: Designed
Find the common denominator between prime factors, factor trees, and the distributive property. Scholars learn to find the least common multiple and greatest common factor of pairs of numbers. They rotate through stations to connect...
K-5 Mathematics Module: Number and Number Sense
K - 5th CCSS: Adaptable
Reinforce number sense with a collection of math lessons for kindergarteners through fifth graders. Young mathematicians take part in hands-on activities, learning games, and complete skills-based worksheets to enhance proficiency in...
Multiplying and Factoring Polynomial Expressions (part 1)
9th - 10th CCSS: Designed
Polynomial multiplication and factoring go hand in hand. Why not teach them together. This resource begins with an area model for distributing a monomial and then connects the process to factoring the GCF. Learners then advance to...
Grade 5 Supplement Set A2 – Number and Operations: Primes, Composites and Common Factors
5th CCSS: Adaptable
Incorporate riddles into your math lesson by having students make tree factors and determine if the number is a prime or composite. They will also use other clues to find the answer to the riddle while sharpening their multiplication...
How Do You Solve a Polynomial Equation With Two Variables?
6 mins 8th - 9th
Sometimes you'll need to solve an equation with multiple variables on each side. This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to set your equation to 0, factor out the GCF, simplify, write your answers as a set, then plug and chug to...
How Do You Factor the Greatest Common Factor out of a Polynomial?
4 mins 7th - 9th
There are four terms in this polynomial. Find the greatest common factor. Remember to prime factor the number values to help find the GFC. Then rewrite the polynomial in simplest form. Not sure about this skill, then watch the instructor...
How Do You Factor a Common Factor Out Of a Difference of Squares?
4 mins 8th - 9th
How do you know that a binomial can be factored using the difference of squares? First try finding the greatest common factor and pulling that out. Then take a look at what is left. Are the coefficients perfect squares? Then it could be...
How Do You Reduce Common Factors in a Rational Expression?
6 mins 7th - 9th
Multiply the given algebraic fractions. But first, reduce, reduce, reduce! It is a good rule of thumb to reduce as much as possible before multiplying. So how do you reduce rational expressions? Put the like terms together and cancel the...
How Do You Factor a Polynomial by Grouping?
4 mins 8th - 10th
There are four terms in this polynomial. Try to factor it by grouping the terms. Confused? Try to get four terms into the product of two binomials? Still confused? Watch the instructor as she goes through the steps to group and regroup...
How Do You Divide Two Rational Expressions?
10 mins 6th - 12th
An instructor walks viewers through a complicated problem in which she divides 2 rational expressions. For this problem, she has to find excluded values, use the zero product property, multiply, divide, cancel, and simplify. This video...
How Do You Divide a Rational Expression by a Polynomial?
5 mins 6th - 12th
Simplifying this polynomial rational division expression is not as complicated as it looks. Don't get me wrong, there are a lot of steps involved, but you can follow the instructor and learn the steps. I'm sure you already know how to do...