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Finding the Greatest Common Factor
In this math worksheet, students learn to find the greatest common factor and simplify fractions. Students read the information and follow the step by step directions to find the GCF in 10 problems.
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Study Jams! Greatest Common Factor
When one method isn't enough to teach GCF, try two! This interactive webpage introduces factors and the prime factor tree to find the greatest common factor of two numbers. After the instructional activity, have learners click to try the...
5th - 8th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Find GCF by Listing Factor Pairs
Make some treat bags for the class by finding out how many treats go in each bag with the greatest common factor. The video goes step by step to find out the total amount of bags they can use. The method lists all factor pairs, not just...
5 mins 5th - 7th Math CCSS: Designed
How Do You Find the Greatest Common Factor of Two Numbers by Listing Their Factors?
Greatest common factor, least common multiple, prime factorization, multiples, factors, oh my! The instructor in this video shows how to make different lists of factors to find the greatest common factor. So take a peak and see how to...
6 mins 5th - 8th Math
How Do You Find the Greatest Common Factor If There are No Common Factors?
Use prime factorization to find the greatest common factor of three given values. Okay. But what if there doesn't seem to be any integer that is common in all three given values? Well, then, the greatest common factor must be 1. Not sure...
3 mins 6th - 9th Math
How Do You Find the Greatest Common Factor of Three Numbers?
Use prime factorization to find the greatest common factor of three given values. What are the factors that all three given numbers have in common? Identify them, and then multiply together to get the greatest common factor. Just like...
2 mins 6th - 8th Math