Find the Greatest common factor online games for students in fifth grade and sixth grade. What is the greatest common factor of the figure? This quiz requires the learner’s already existing knowledge of the concept of multiplication and prime numbers. Here, the learner is supposed to first provide the prime factors of the digits given, then pick out and identify the prime factors that both given digits have in common and multiply them. The only situation where multiplication would not be required is when there’s only one common factor. For instance, find out the GCF of 14, 49. The first step would be to provide the prime factors then pick out similar factor which is 7. GCF quizzes require the learner’s multiplication capability because it is heavily reliant on multiplication of factors. This quiz could be given to the learner in both home and classroom contexts.

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