Q: What is a factor tree for the number 30?

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A factor tree of number is (I think) the numbers that multiply together to form a product. They are prime numbers, too.

Yes. Any number is a factor of itself. 30 x 1 = 30.

15 is a number greater than 10 and a factor of 30.

Prime numbers don't have factor trees. So if you can create a tree, your number's composite.

A factor tree is a representation of the process of finding the prime factorization of a given number.

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30 / \ 2 15 / \ 3 5 / \ 5 1

Because 45 is not a factor of 60.

30 15,2 5,3,2

30 15,2 5,3,2

30 15,2 5,3,2

The purpose of a factor tree is to notate the process of finding the prime factorization. If a number is already prime, a factor tree is not necessary.

The last branch of any factor tree of 30 will always be 2, 3 and 5 in some order.

The purpose of a factor tree is to divide a number into prime factors. 1 is not a prime number.

A factor tree is when you get a number, say, 180 and pick any numbers ( which are factors of the number), here is an example.180/ \30 6/ \ / \6 5 2 3/ \2 3When you look at the tree you see the numbers below it are factors of that number. However, you do not keep adding numbers below it if it is prime. Prime means that the number's factors are just one and the number itself (ex. 17: 1,17

13 is a prime number so it doesn't have a factor tree.

There is no factor tree nor factors of 57 as it is a prime number.

30 15,2 5,3,2