Below, you will find a wide range of our printable worksheets in chapter **Factors and Patterns** of section **Multiplication and Division**. These worksheets are appropriate for **Fourth Grade Math**. We have crafted many worksheets covering various aspects of this topic, **factors and multiples**, **factors of whole numbers**, **prime and composite numbers**, **number patterns**, **prime factors**, and many more. We hope you find them very useful and interesting.

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A multiplication expression is shown to you as a rectangular array. Use the array to find the factors of the number. Practice drawing arrays for a number and then find factors.

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Multiplication and Division Factors and Patterns Factors and Multiples **

Use rectangular arrays to find factors of a number. Understand and find multiples of a given number, i,e find the first 5 multiples of 10.

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Identify whether a given number is a factor of another number. Similarly verify whether a given number is a multiple of another number.

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Multiplication and Division Factors and Patterns Factors and Multiples **

Understand prime and composite numbers and difference between them. Use multiplication arrays to find the factors and decide whether a number is prime or composite.

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Multiplication and Division Factors and Patterns Prime and Composite Numbers **

Draw arrays to find factors of a number then determine whether number is prime or composite. More practice problems for you to determine the same.

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Multiplication and Division Factors and Patterns Prime and Composite Numbers **

Check your facts about prime and composite numbers in the worksheet. List all the prime and composite numbers in a range between two numbers.

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Using rectangular multiplication arrays, write the multiplication sentences. Use them to find the factors of a number. Learn to break apart a number in form of multiples.

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Use image modelling to break apart numbers in various factors whose product is same as the given number. Write the multiplication equation using these factors.

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Draw models using rectangular arrays to represent a multiplication sentence/equation. Relate factors of whole numbers to solve word problems.

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Learn to use factor trees to find the prime factors of a number. Examine whole numbers to figure out whether they can be prime factors of other numbers.

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Multiplication and Division Factors and Patterns Prime Factors **

More practice problems where you will use a factor tree to find the prime factor of a whole number. Use your skills to solve word problems as well.

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Multiplication and Division Factors and Patterns Prime Factors **

After find the prime factors of a few numbers, you will practice with the word problems. Also, if the prime factors are given, can you identify the number from a set?

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Looking at a number sequence, identify the rule. Then use the same rule to extend the number patterns. Rules can be based on any of the four operations.

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Multiplication and Division Factors and Patterns Number Patterns **

Find the missing number in a number pattern once you are able to identify the rule that the pattern follows. There are some really tricky problems in this worksheet based on rules and patterns.

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