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## Mathematics / Multiple and Factor

### Mathematics / Multiple and Factor

Numbers can be multiplied to get a product. These numbers are called factors of the product.
Multiples of a number are obtained by multiplying the number by natural numbers.
Highest Common Factor or HCF of two numbers is the largest number which is a common factor for these numbers.
Least Common Multiple or LCM of two numbers is the smallest number which is a common multiple for these numbers.    Exercises
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• ### Multiple and Factor - Unit SmartTest

SmartTest on Multiple and Factor

• Questions: 379 ### Highest Common Factor - SmartTest

SmartTest on Highest Common Factor

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• Questions: 20 ### Lowest Common Multiple - SmartTest

SmartTest on Lowest Common Multiple

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• Questions: 28
• Introduction to Multiple and Factor
• Multiples of a number
• Common Multiple
• Rules of Divisibility
• Prime and Composite Numbers
• Prime Factorisation
• Highest Common Factor
• Review of Multiple and Factor
• Lowest Common Multiple
• ### Multiples and Factors

Lesson on Multiples and Factors ### Rules of Divisibility

Lesson on Rules of Divisibility ### Prime and Composite Numbers

Lesson on Prime and Composite Numbers ### Highest Common Factor

Lesson on Highest Common Factor ### Lowest Common Multiple

Lesson on Lowest Common Multiple ### Factors and Multiples -- Summary

Learnhive Lesson on Factors and Multiples

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Learnhive Lesson on Highest Common Factor

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Learnhive Lesson on Lowest Common Multiple

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Learnhive Lesson on Tests of Divisibility

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