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Q: What is the largest perfect square factor of 52?

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25. The prime factorisation of 350 is: 2 x 52 x 7 The prime factorisation of a perfect square has an even power of every prime. From the prime factorisation of 350, the highest possible square is 20 x 52 x 70 = 25.

52. The largest is 104 itself.

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400 can be factored as 24 * 52, or 22 * 22 * 52. A perfect square factor of 400 will always have an even exponent, so here is a list: 12, 22, 42, 52, 102, and 202.

52 = 25 This a perfect square. Take the square root of each side and.... 5 = 5

It is 13 and the smallest is 2

Yes. Factor the number, and see if any factor repeats!

I'm assuming you're wondering if a number is a perfect square? Well, memorization will help as will guess and check. However, if you feel like doing it all by hand, simplifying the square will help you determine if it is a perfect square. Example: let's figure out if the number 225 is a perfect square. Let's take 225 and factor it. When you factor this number, you want to look at factoring numbers which are a perfect square in and of themselves. So 22 is 4, but that doesn't factor, how about 52 ? 25 will indeed factor, so we have 25*9 (look at that, 9 is also a factor). If we split it up like this, we have sqrt(25*9). We can take the square root of these individually and multiply them together. sqrt(25)*sqrt(9) = 5*3 = 15. Therefore 225 is a perfect square of 15.

It is 5*5 = 25

16 and 25 42 and 52

The largest prime factor (LPF) = biggest number which can be divided into the given number with no remainder. The largest prime factor of 200 is 5. The prime factors of 200 are: 23 x 52 = 200

Factor the numbers and then look for the largest factor common to both.Factors of 8 are 1, 2, 4, and 8.Factors of 52 are 1, 2, 4, 13, 26, and 52.The greatest common factor (GCF) is 4.

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