# Factors and Multiples Worksheets

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Our factors and multiples worksheets with answer keys are geared toward acquainting children with how to find the factors and multiples of a pair of numbers, and how they are related. Factors are the numbers that divide any given number exactly, whereas multiples are the numbers that are multiplied. Begin your learning journey with our free worksheets.

Familiarize children in grade 3 and grade 4 with the term â€˜factorâ€™ and help them list all the factors of the indicated numbers from least to greatest.

A factor is a number that divides another number equally without leaving any remainder. Write down all the possible factors of the given two-digit numbers.

Determining the factors of a number is an essential skill. Take on the challenge in this section of our worksheets on factors and multiples, and find the factors of two-digit and three-digit numbers.

Circle the numbers that are multiples of the given one-digit number in the first part and select the correct option in the second part of this resource.

Choose the multiples of the given two numbers and answer the questions based on finding multiples in this collection of two-part exercises.

One of the factors in each factor pair is given. Find the missing factor which when multiplied with the given factor would make the multiplication equation true.

Amp up practice with this part of our factors and multiples worksheets, where students use multiplication facts to find the missing factors of two-digit numbers.

Bolster skills in factorizing a whole number into prime factors with this set of printables. Express each number as a product of its prime factors.

This collection includes seven questions in each exercise with multiple correct answers. Determine the factors of the given number by division and select the correct options from the provided list.

Here comes a quiz with a twist, where kids in 5th grade and 6th grade choose the correct answer to questions that involve more than one number or factor.

Work out the least common multiple of the indicated numbers by listing the multiples of each number until you find the smallest common multiple.

Elevate your skills in prime factorization with these pdfs that provide rich practice in finding the highest common factor of two numbers.

Guide young learners to practice identifying the GCF and LCM of numbers using various methods and solving word problems, as they become masters at this topic.