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Suitable for K-12 grades: Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7

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For a given number, all factors have to be listed.

The factor is an important topic of mathematics to learn. The factors of a given number are all values that divide the given number without a remainder.

These problem can be used for different grades to practice the skill of finding factors of given numbers in groups, or independent activity. Before starting algebraic factoring, itâ€™s a good strategy to recall these factors.

By using this problem, the following objectives will be achieved.

- Multiplication and division concepts will be revised in detail.
- Practice and understanding of divisibility rules.
- Strong concepts of factoring given positive numbers will be achieved through practice.
- The practice of these worksheets will also lay the foundation for factoring integers.
- Provide a basis to achieve a perfect level of understanding the math topics like Prime Factor, Greatest Common Factors.
- Factors proficiency is a prerequisite for many algebraic operations such as Algebraic Expressions Factors.

In each question, a whole positive number are given. All whole positive factors for this number have to be determined.

The number of problems and the number range for the number to be worked on can be chosen. Each worksheet can be generated with problems starting from 1 problem and a maximum of 10 problems per worksheet. The number range is up to 100 starting from 10 and up to 100.

The answer key will list the factorization of each given number in the question.

Topics: Divisibility Whole Numbers

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Number of problems

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Number range

10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 100

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Find gcd and lcm of two numbers

For two given numbers, the gcd and lcm are determined by comparing lists of multiples or divisors

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