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Q: How do you factor 6b2-7b-20?

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factor pair = 1512,1 factor pair = 756,2 factor pair = 504,3 factor pair = 378,4 factor pair = 252,6 factor pair = 216,7 factor pair = 189,8 factor pair = 168,9 factor pair = 126,12 factor pair = 108,14 factor pair = 84,18 factor pair = 72,21 factor pair = 63,24 factor pair = 56,27 factor pair = 54,28 factor pair = 42,36

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The 13 blood coagulation factors are: * Factor I - fibrinogen * Factor II - prothrombin * Factor III - tissue thromboplastin (tissue factor) * Factor IV - ionized calcium ( Ca++ ) * Factor V - labile factor or proaccelerin * Factor VI - unassigned * Factor VII - stable factor or proconvertin * Factor VIII - antihemophilic factor * Factor IX - plasma thromboplastin component, Christmas factor * Factor X - Stuart-Prower factor * Factor XI - plasma thromboplastin antecedent * Factor XII - Hageman factor * Factor XIII - fibrin-stabilizing factor

http://web.indstate.edu/thcme/mwking/blood-coagulation.html Factor I = Fibrinogen Factor II = Prothrombin Factor III = Tissue factor Factor IV = Calcium Factor V = Labile factor Factor VI - Does not exist as it was named initially but later on discovered not to play a part in blood coagulation. Factor VII = Stable factor Factor VIII = Antihemophilic factor A Factor IX = Antihemophilic factor B or Christmas factor (named after the first patient in whom the factor deficiency was documented) Factor X = Stuart Prower factor Factor XI = Antihemophilic factor C Factor XII = Hageman factor Factor XIII = Fibrin stabilising factor

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