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# Greatest Common Factor: A Power Point Lesson

Subject
Common Core Standards
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This 23-slide Power Point lesson is ideal for teaching Greatest Common Factor. Has clearly-defined objective, pertinent vocabulary, examples, guided practice, and independent practice. Includes numeric and word problems. Requires only a basic understanding of Power Point.

Although this aligns with 6th grade CCSS, these lessons could be used for 7th grade students studying the same concepts.

Topics: factoring a number, prime factorization, finding GCF for a set of numbers

NOT an assessment, homework, group work, or unit

CCSS-aligned 6.NS

This file is in .ppsx (Show) format.

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Total Pages
23 pages
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Teaching Duration
3 hours
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