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Q: Is 1 always a prime factorization of a number?

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1 is not a prime number.

1 is already a prime number.

prime factorization of 89: 1 x 8989 is a prime number.

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Yes. Any prime number greater than 100 has only itself in its prime factorization. Examples: The prime factorization of 101 is 101. The prime factorization of 109 is 109. The prime factorization of 127 is 127. The prime factorization of 311 is 311. The prime factorization of 691 is 691.

1 is not a prime number, so it wouldn't be present in any prime factorization. Prime numbers don't really have factorizations, that is, the factorization is the number itself. There are prime numbers greater than 100.

Any of the prime numbers will fit this description

293 is a prime number, therefore the prime factorization of it would be 293, you cant do 293x1 because 1 is NOT a prime number therefore you cant do it because it wouldn't b a prime factorization that is your answer

19 is a prime number, so its prime factorization is 1 x 19 or simply 19.

There is no prime factorization of 47 since it is a prime number. It's only factors are 1 and 47.

1 x 13 (13 is a prime number)

The prime factorization of 14 is 2 x 7. Prime factorization is multiplying two prime numbers by each other to get the original number.

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