# 6th Grade Math Worksheets

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Explore 130+ Sixth Grade Factors and Multiples Worksheets

GCF of Two Numbers: Descriptive

List all the factors of each pair of 2-digit numbers, compare the common factors, and write the greatest one as your answer.

LCM of Two Numbers: Descriptive

Write down the first 10 multiples of each pair of numbers, and pick out the common ones.

Factors are the numbers that divide another number exactly. List out all the numbers that divide each given without leaving a remainder.

Perform prime factorization of the given two numbers, select the common factors, and multiply them to obtain the GCF.

LCM of Two Numbers: Standard - Easy

Resolve the numbers into prime factors; express in the exponential form; multiply the highest power of each factor to arrive at the LCM.

Factor each number into primes, and multiply the factors that are common to all three numbers.

Express each number as a product of prime factors; multiply each factor, the greatest number of times occurs in a number.

Find the GCF of the numerator and denominator, divide both numbers by GCF, and reduce the fraction to its lowest term.

GCF of Two Numbers: Venn Diagrams

Each circle represents the set of all factors of a number; fill in the intersection with the common factors, and figure out the GCF.

Prime Factorization of 3-Digit Numbers

Decompose a number into prime factors and rewrite a number as a product of these factors.