The prime factorization of fifty is 2x5^2 which is the same as 2 times 5 to the second power.
A prime factorization is the same as expressing a composite number as the product of its prime factors. Prime numbers don't have factorizations; they're already prime.
Only if they're the same number. Every composite number has a unique prime factorization.
No. 10 isn't prime. Try 2^2 x 5^2
No. Every composite number has one unique prime factorization. You can write it with or without exponents, but it's still the same prime factorization.
you can find the prime factorization by taking 45 and splitting it down by what can be multiplied to get 45. then you take those second numbers and do the same thing. keep doing it until you can't split up the numbers up anymore. GOOD LUCK and the answer is...3 to the second power times five........or 3*3*5 there you go
No. The prime factorization of 100 is 2 x 2 x 5 x 5.
No because all the numbers in a prime factorization must be prime. The number 9 is not prime. It should be 3 *3. same thing with 4, should be 2*2. So what would be a prime factorization is 2x2x2x3x3x5x11.