You use a factor tree, for the 2 denominators. Yes that is correct the answer on the top but it says 2 denominators. This is the real correct way To do Prime Factorization in fractions first prime factorization the numerator and then the denominator. then put the prime factorization of the numerator on top and put the prime factorization of the denominator on the bottom like fractions.
Like all the other positive composite integers, 64 has one unique prime factorization.
A factor rainbow, like factor trees, ladders, fireworks, lattices and cakes is a way to notate the process of finding the prime factorization of a given number. The process remains the same. If you would like to found a new method, just figure out a different way to write the numbers on the page.
Like so: 5 x 241
Prime factors in exponents: 25*52 = 800
The prime factorization of 24 is found like this: 24= 6*4= 3*2*2*2. Therefore the prime factorization of 24 is 3*2*2*2.
165 55,3 11,5,3
52 26,2 13,2,2
You find the prime factorization of 42 like this. You think what 2 number multiplied together give you 42: 6x7 7 is prime because the only factors it has is 1 and itself. 6 can be broken into 3x2. So you currently have 7x3x2. All these numbers are prime so you just found the prime factorization!
No. Actually 1 isn't prime nor composite. Like 0 isn't posotive or negative
42=2x21 21=3x7 PF=2x3x7 The PF (Prime Factorization) of 42 is 2x3x7.(Sorry, I couldn't do a factor tree, there are always helpful to use when doing prime factorization, but since this is the computer, I could only do it like the following above.)