Multiply prime numbers or prime factors to find their product.
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As a product of its prime numbers: 3*7*11 = 231
Yes, all of those numbers are prime.
It's not a case of working them out, you just have to know them. Here are the following prime numbers under 100:
23 and 29 are both prime numbers. The GCF of any two prime numbers is 1.
Any two prime numbers, of about 200 digits each, would work.Any two prime numbers, of about 200 digits each, would work.Any two prime numbers, of about 200 digits each, would work.Any two prime numbers, of about 200 digits each, would work.
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It is the same as finding the LCM of two numbers that have been expressed as a product of their prime factors except that you need to use the highest index for each prime factor.
all the numbers are prime numbers therefore the prime factorization of 2*2*5*11=2*2*5*11
61 and 73 are prime numbers. Prime numbers don't have prime factorizations, since their only prime factors are themselves. Since these would have to be different numbers, they don't have any prime factors in common. The GCF of any set of prime numbers is 1.