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Q: How do you make a factor tree for 10.91?

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The factor tree is this. 77 / \ (7) (11) . . . 7,11 Make sure to box your answer. This was the factor tree for 77.

The factor tree is as follows: 114 57,2 19,3,2

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293 is prime. No tree.

You cannot really make a factor tree for 7 because it is already a prime number.

This is a factor tree for 56: 56 28,2 14,2,2 7,2,2,2

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991 is already prime. No tree is required.

35 5,7

15,3 3,5,3

39 3,13

119 7,17

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51 3,17

No.

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

No you cannot. You might want to try the factor tree for 27.

23 is already prime; it doesn't need a tree.

23 is already prime; it doesn't need a tree.

11 is prime. No tree. 25 5,5

Since 61 is already prime, a factor tree is not necessary. The prime factorization of 51 is 3 x 17, which wouldn't make much of a tree. More like a factor shrub.

44 22,2 11,2,2

28 14,2 7,2,2