HCF and LCM

Curriculum support5 mins£2

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Key takeaways
Understand the meaning of the Highest Common Factor.
Understand the meaning of the Lowest Common Multiple.
Recognising the difference between HCF and LCM. 
Amber Ali Host: Ms Ali is a secondary school teacher in Ashton-under-lyn. She has been teaching for 7 years and also has a youtube channel aimed at students to further enhance their learning experience.
Highest Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiple. In this short session students will learn what HCF and LCM are.  Your tutor will show you how exactly how to work these out and learn the differences, by going through an example that you will be able to follow completely and apply that knowledge when find out for yourself. This is a skill that comes up frequently in maths and is therefore one that students should practise until completely confident.  This short class gives students the perfect chance to do exactly that!


Why not check out our full bank of Maths classes at Satchel's Maths Sessions

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For all students in all Year Groups especially of those who want a chance to recap HCF and LCM. 

Class requirements:
You will need a laptop or device with internet connection to watch the class, as well as a pen and notepad for taking notes.
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