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It is: 5 times 13 = 65

As a product of its prime factors: 5 times 13 = 65

325/5=65 times

65/5 = 13

13

What is 65 as a product of its prime factors and it is 5 times 13 = 65

5 times

13 times

You have to know the basic multiplication to be able to do this kind of math. Well, 13 times 5 equals 65. 5 times 3 equals 15, carry your 1. 5 times 1 equals 5 plus the 1 you carried which is 6. Now bring the two numbers 6 and 5 and you will have 65.

1 x 65, 5 x 13, 13 x 5, 65 x 1 = 65

1 x 65, 5 x 13

5 can go into both. It goes into 20 4 times and 65 13 times

65

5 x 13

Equation: 5x = 65 5x / 5 = 65 / 5 x = 13

5 times 65 = 325

As a product of its prime factors: 5 times 13 = 65

4 times with remainder 5.

Yes it is.

5 x 13

5 times 13

13

5 x 13

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