Common Factors Worksheets
How Do You Find Common Factors Between Two Integers? By finding the common factors between the two integers, you simplify many mathematical steps for further calculation. One of the major benefits of finding common factors is when you’re resolving fractions. Now, there are different ways to find the greatest common factors; thus, let’s discuss them accordingly. The first method is the simplest, in which we list down all the factors of each integer and then identify the common ones together. However, other methods are usually used for finding the greatest common factor which makes the first method the best one to use.
Demonstrates how to determine common factors in an equation. Factor: 5x - 30 The largest factor of 5 and 30 is 5. Since the terms do not contain a variable (x) in common, we cannot factor any variables.View worksheet
Explores how to factor large polynomials. Factor: 3y(y + 2) - 4(y + 2) The greatest common factor of these two terms is (y+2).View worksheet
Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 Common Factors problems. The answers can be found below.View worksheet
Independent Practice 2
Features another 20 Common Factors problems.View worksheet
Common Factors problems for students to work on at home. Example problems are provided and explained. The largest number that will divide evenly into 4,6,2 and 2 The highest power of a present in each term is a.<View worksheet
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Homework and Quiz Answer Key
Answers for the homework and quiz.View worksheet
Lesson and Practice Answer Key
Answers for both lessons and both practice sheets.View worksheet
Question: Why are 'x' & 'y' normally used when doing algebra?
Answer: In algebra, x and y are used to signify the axes on a coordinate plane. They are also used as variables in an equation, which means they can be replaced with any numeral that makes sense in relation to the equation.