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Q: The number of times used to multiply a base factor together?

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You need to factor it, into prime factors. Then, for every prime factor that appears an ODD number of times, you need to multiply 2306 by this prime factor. Multiply all such prime factors together to get your answer.

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You do it like this. 6 times 7 times 2. 6 times 7 is 42. Then 42 times 2 is 84. You multiply the first number times the second number and then the product times the third number Example: 5x8x6 5x8=40 40x6=240 The answer to that problem is 240

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