# Factors and Patterns : Multiplication and Division : Fourth Grade Math Worksheets

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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Factors and Patterns

Factors and Multiples - I

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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Factors and Multiples - II

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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Factors and Multiples - III

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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Prime and Composite Numbers - I

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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Prime and Composite Numbers - II

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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Prime and Composite Numbers - III

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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Factors of Whole Numbers - I

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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Factors of Whole Numbers - II

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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Factors of Whole Numbers - III

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

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Prime Factors - I

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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Prime Factors - II

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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Prime Factors - III

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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Numbers Patterns - I

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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