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Q: Which numbers are equal to the product of factors of 13?

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There are no two factors that equal 13. In simpler terms, you can not multiply two numbers that equal 13.

As a product of its prime factors: 2*3*13 = 78

Yes.

How about: 5*13 = 65 as a product of its prime factors

-13 = -13. Other numbers are not equal to -13.

As a product of its prime factors: 2*3*13 = 78

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

As a product of its prime factors: 5^3 times 13 = 1625

The product of the prime factors of any number is equal to the number itself. In the case of 117, its prime factorization is 32 x 13.The prime factors are: 3 and 13. (3 x 13 = 39)

The factors of 169 are 1, 13, and 169, and the prime factors are 13 x 13. 169 is the product of 1 x 169 or of the prime factors 13 x 13.

The product of its prime factors which are: 3*13 = 39

The product of 13 and 2 is equal to 26.

As a product of its prime factors: 429 = 3*11*13

As a product of its prime factors: 2*3*3*3*13*17 = 11,934

6 x 13 x 35 = 2730

As a product of its prime factors: 3*3*3*5*13 = 1755

The lowest common multiple of 9 and 13 is the product of the two numbers as they are coprime (they have no common factors). This results in a LCM of 117.

Expressed as a product of its prime factors, 156 is equal to 22 x 3 x 13. The only prime factors for 156 are 3 and 13. Though these are not used in the same equation.

When a numbers is multiplied by 13 product consist of all 5's the smallest such numbers is?

As a product of its prime factors: 2*3*7*13*13 = 7098

As a product of its prime factors it's: 13*31 = 403

The LCM is the product of the two numbers divided by their HCF. With 12 and 13, the HCF is 1. Therefore, the LCM will equal the product. With 12 and 14, the HCF is 2. Therefore, the LCM will be half of the product.

169 = 13 x 13

The number 13.

None. Prime numbers only have two factors.