## RS Aggarwal Solutions Class 6 Chapter-2 Factors and Multiples (Ex 2F) Exercise 2.6 - Free PDF

## FAQs on RS Aggarwal Solutions Class 6 Chapter-2 Factors and Multiples (Ex 2F) Exercise 2.6

**1. What are the factors as mentioned in the CBSE Class 6 Chapter 2 Maths textbook?**

We study factors and multiples together in our early Classes of schooling. Factors are the number that exactly divides the given number. When you say “a” is the factor of “b”, then “a” should exactly divide “b” without leaving any remainder except zero. If the dividend exactly divides the divisor then we can say the dividend is a factor of the divisor. Any number “x” has 2 common factors that are 1 and “x” itself. For Example, 5 is a factor of 25. It divides 25 without leaving any remainder and leaving 5 as a quotient. Any number having only one and itself as factors are called the prime number. For a detailed explanation of factors and problems related to them please check the PDF given in this article.

**2. What are multiples as mentioned in the CBSE Class 6 Chapter 2 Maths textbook?**

We study factors and multiples together in our early Classes of schooling. A multiple is a result of multiplying the given number with another natural number. They can be easily found on a multiplication table. For Example, multiples of the number “2” are, 2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20, etc., hence we can say all the multiples of the number “2” are even numbers and they end with 0,2,4,6,8. We can find whether a given number is a multiple of the number “2” or not with this simple technique. Similarly, multiples of the number “3” are 3,6,9,12,15,18 etc., multiples of the number “5” are 5,10,15,20,25 etc., we can simply remember that all the multiples of the number “5” end with either 0 or 5.

These simple techniques will save a lot of time in the Exam. For a detailed explanation of factors and problems related to them please check the PDF given in this article.

**3. What are the differences between factors and multiples as mentioned in the CBSE Class 6 Chapter 2 Maths textbook?**

We study factors and multiples together in our early Classes of schooling. A multiple is a result of multiplying the given number with another natural number. Factors are the number that exactly divides the given number. When you say “a” is the factor of “b”, then “a” should exactly divide “b” without leaving any remainder except zero. Factors are exactly dividing numbers whereas multiples are numbers obtained from multiplying a given number with a natural number. the number factors for a given number are finite and the number of multiples for a given number is infinite. The Mathematical operation to find factors is division and to find multiples is multiplication. The outcome of the factors is less than or equal to the given number whereas the outcome of multiple of a given number is more than or equal to a given number.

**4. What are the multiples of “6” according to RS Aggarwal Solutions Class 6 Chapter-2 Factors and Multiples (Ex 2F) Exercise 2?**

We study factors and multiples together in our early Classes of schooling. Factors are the number that exactly divides the given number. When you say “a” is the factor of “b”, then “a” should exactly divide “b” without leaving any remainder except zero. The outcome of multiples of a given number is more than or equal to a given number, the number of multiples for a given number is infinite. The Mathematical operation to find out the multiples of a given number is multiplication

Multiples are numbers obtained from multiplying a given number with a natural number.

To find the multiples of the number “6”, we should multiply it with the set of natural numbers:

6*1,6*2,6*3,6*4,6*5,6*6 etc…,

So the answer is 6,12,18,24,30,36,etc.,

**5. What are the multiples of “4” according to RS Aggarwal Solutions Class 6 Chapter-2 Factors and Multiples (Ex 2F) Exercise 2?**

We study factors and multiples together in our early Classes of schooling. Factors are the number that exactly divides the given number. When you say “a” is the factor of “b”, then “a” should exactly divide “b” without leaving any remainder except zero. The outcome of multiples of a given number is more than or equal to a given number, the number of multiples for a given number is infinite. The Mathematical operation to find out the multiples of a given number is multiplication. Multiples are the numbers obtained from multiplying a given number with a natural number.

To find the multiples of the number “4”, we should multiply it with the set of natural:

4*1,4*2,4*3,4*4,4*5,4*6,4*7 etc…

So the answer is 4,8,12,16,20,24,28,etc.,