As a product of its prime factors: 2*3*3*3 = 54 or as 2*33 = 54
No. Prime factors are the numbers that make up other numbers, but they have to be prime. Prime factorisation is the process of finding the prime numbers that create a number. This is when you multiply the prime numbers together and the product is the original number. For example: 20 5x4 5x2x2 This process is called prime factorisation. In this case, the prime numbers are 2, 2, and 5.
The prime numbers 2 and 3 have 6 as their product when multiplied.
There are no two prime numbers in which a product of 100 is possible.
As a product of its prime factors: 2*23 = 46
As a product of its prime factors: 2*2*5*5*7 = 700
Prime factors are prime numbers that are multiplied with other numbers (taht could possibly be prime) to make a product. Prime factorisation is the process of finding the prime numbers that create another number when they are multiplied together. Example of Prime Factorisation: 20 2x10 2x2x5 The prime factors found are 2,2, and 5. When multiplying these together, you will get 20. The process of finding these prime numbers is called factorisation.
225 cannot be factorised into the product of only 3 prime numbers.
As a product of its prime factors: 5*73 = 365
43 is a prime number. So, 43 can only be produced as a product of 1 times 43.