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Q: Can 13 make a factor tree?

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13 is a prime number. It doesn't have a tree because its only prime factor is itself.

You don't. 13 is already prime.

13 is prime. No tree.

A factor tree of 1575: 1575 / \ 5 325 / \ 5 65 / \ 5 13 Answer: 5*5*5*13 or 13*53

13 is a prime number so it doesn't have a factor tree.

13 is already prime. It doesn't need a tree. 13 is prime. No tree.

A factor tree of 78: 78 6 x 13 (2x3) x 13 Since 2, 3, and 13 are prime numbers, the factor tree is complete.

13 is already prime. It doesn't need a tree.

The factor tree of 52 is 52 4 x 13 (2x2) x 13 The factor tree is finished. The prime factorization of 52 is 2 x 2 x 13.

13 is already prime. It doesn't need a tree.

13 is already prime. It doesn't need a tree.

Here is a factor tree of 39: 39 3 x 13 Since these are prime numbers, the factor tree is finished. The prime factors of 39 are 3 and 13.

52 4 x 13 (2x2) x 13 Since 2 and 13 are prime numbers, the factor tree is complete.

It is: 7 and 13

I can't make the actual lines, but there's a factor tree. 104 2 * 52 2 * 26 2 * 13 2*2*2*13=104

13 is already prime. It doesn't need a tree.

78 6 x 13 (2x3) x 13 Since 2, 3, and 13 are prime numbers, the factor tree is complete.

Factor tree: ............78 .........../..\ ..........2..39 ............../..\ ............3...13 78 = 2 x 3 x 13

13 is already prime, no tree required.

26 2, 13

65 5, 13

13 is prime. 1,13

39 = 3 * 13

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