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GCF can be identified using the upside-down ladder method. In this method, we look for common prime factors that completely divide the given numbers. We keep dividing the given numbers with prime factors till there is no common prime number that can divide all the numbers. Finally, the product of all the prime numbers gives the GCF.

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GCF can be identified using the upside-down ladder method. In this method, we look for common prime factors that completely divide the given numbers. We keep dividing the given numbers with prime factors till there is no common prime number that can divide all the numbers. Finally, the product of all the prime numbers gives the GCF.

Teachers can give this GCF (ladder method) practice problems to students to boost their capability in solving GCF problems.

GCF can be identified using the upside-down ladder method. In this method, we look for common prime factors that completely divide the given numbers. We keep dividing the given numbers with prime factors till there is no common prime numbe...

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Grade 6
Number System
6.NS.B.4

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