# GCF and Distributive Property Worksheets

Our free pdf worksheets on GCF and distributive property are a magnificent gateway that opens to resounding success in the two topics! In these printable tools, children will use the greatest common factor and the distributive property to express a sum as a product. For example, letâ€™s take the expression 35 + 45. The greatest common divisor here is 5. The expression can be written as (5 x 7) + (5 x 9). By factoring out 5, we get 5(7 + 9). Using the distributive property, we can express a sum of two whole numbers having a common factor as a multiple of a sum of two whole numbers having no common factors. Our greatest common divisor and distributive property worksheets are equipped with answer key to help validate the answers.

We suggest these free worksheets for the 5th grade and 6th grade students.

CCSS: 6.NS

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